Chantilly - Defined

Chantilly—Is the title given by confectioners to a form of basket made of cakes, choux paste, candied peels, almond paste, etc, filled with whipped cream. Chantilly cream is simply whipped cream.

CHANTILLY SOUP—Fresh green peas, a bunch of fresh mint, some green onion tops and a piece of salt pork boiled together in good chicken stock; when done the pork removed, the stock thickened with roux, then rubbed through a sieve, the purée boiled up again and seasoned; served with croûtons.

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