Recipe by Carol Cooper
This is actually a blanc-mange pudding with a sea moss base. Sea moss has always been valued for its curative and vitamin powers. Earlier variation was called PAP when using oatmeal in place of sea moss, but not as palatable.
Directions See How It's Made
- Put milk in double boiler and sprinkle sea moss into it, stirring well all the time
- Heat slowly & stir often
- When it boils up and looks white, add sugar, salt and flavoring.
- Strain and turn into mold which has been dipped in cold water.
- Takes 3 hours to harden.
- Serve topped with cream and sugar, or fresh fruit.