Biancomangiare (Blancmange)

Biancomangiare (Blancmange)

pA dish dating back to the Middle Ages, biancomangiare, meaning ‘white dish’, is a simple cooked dessert, essentially milk infused with spices and thickened with starch to form a kind of pudding not unlike its far better known cousin panna cotta. It .../p

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  • 1 liter (1 quart) whole milk
  • 250g (8 oz) granulated (caster) sugar
  • 100-125g (3-4 oz) cornstarch or other thickener (see Notes)
  • 1 cinnamon stick (or a pinch of powdered cinnamon)
  • A few scrapes of lemon or orange zest
  • Ground pistachios
  • Ground or shaved almonds
  • Powdered cinnamon
  • Grated or shredded orange or lemon peel
  • Grated or melted bittersweet chocolate
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