Boil 1/2 powa of rice in water till quite soft. Beat-thoroughly two eggs in a pot, add powa of milk, 1/2 powa of sugar and the boiled rice, and stir thoroughly. Heat on charcoal fire for about an hour.
Beat thoroughly the white portions of two eggs and mix thoroughly with 1 powa of middlings, milk 1/2 seer, sugar powa, the yolks of the two eggs' and a pinch of salt. Heat on charcoal fire for about an hour.
Heat 1/2 seer of milk and as soon as it boils add 1/2 powa of a loaf of bread broken into fragments, and take down. When cold add the yolks of two eggs, 1/2 powa of sugar, some jelly of any fruit and a little powdered mace, and mix up. Heat for about half an hour.
Smear the bottom and sides of a pan with some butter and arrange slices of a loaf of bread and raisins in alternate layers up to the brim. Then add milk minced with adequate quantities of sugar, the yolks of eggs and a pinch of salt. Heat for about an hour.