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Welf pudding

Welf pudding
Alternative names Guelph pudding
Type Pudding
Place of origin Germany
Main ingredients milk, vanilla, egg whites; egg yolk, white wine lemon juice
Cookbook:Welf pudding 

Welf pudding or Guelph pudding (German: Welfenspeise) is a two-layered pudding from Germany. The white bottom layer is made from a cooked milk and vanilla sauce on a base of very stiffly whipped egg white. After being chilled it is then covered with a yellow layer of wine sauce made of beaten egg yolk, white wine and a little lemon juice.

Welf pudding gets its name from the colours of the House of Welf (also known as the House of Guelph), a German aristocratic family that ruled the Principality of Lüneburg in medieval times. The pudding is a culinary specialty from Lower Saxony in north Germany. It was created by a Hanoverian chef and served for the first time at the 200th anniversary of the rule of the House of Welf. It is said that it became the favourite dessert of Ernest Augustus, Elector of Hanover.

External links

  • Welfenspeise at www.chefkoch.de. Giela. (German).
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