Mocory Cream Soup

A beloved delicacy

The mocory cream soup is a dish eaten by the Fae at a yearly event named the Feast of the Fallen Leaves. The dish is made with Fae Mocory Nut Oil and is considered a delicacy by the fae, partly due to the fact that it is only possible to get it once a year.  

The Secret of the Soup

The recipe for the cream soup is kept secret, and the soup is only made once a year specifically for the feast. It's cooked by the same small group of chefs each time. Though there is no official punishment should someone reveal the recipe, all of the cooks understand, that it would have consequences.  

Fae Unity

However, that is not what is keeping them from disclosing the recipe. No one has interest in discovering the recipe, since the soup symbols the bond the different fae have built between them.   Stealing the recipe would be a bad omen for the future of the fae alliance which was established with the Treaty of Kloevendal.   Very few fae has any interest in bringing about any bad energy around the alliance.
The soup is a twist on an old family recipe brought forth by one of the High Fae, Anlyrri Zylthana. The idea was, that the seven high fae in the High Fae Court could come together in the project of making a new dish.   Anlyrri Zylthana got the idea after Magic-Driven Distillation was invented by two of the other high fae, Maielle Adwenys and Aepilon Virgella.   This allowed for the creation of Fae Mocory Nut Oil which had a rich flavour.
  The extremely secret recipe that must not be seen by anyone!
 

! C A U T I O N !


The following words are not to be read by anyone but the members of the High Fae Court along with the appointed Mocory Soup Chefs!   If you do no belong to any of these groups, kindly close the document again and forget that you ever saw it existed!  

Mocory Cream Soup Recipe

This recipe is suited for 10 esteemed guests.  

Ingredients

  • 4 tablespoons salted butter
  • 2 tablespoons Fae Mocory Nut Oil
  • 10 tablespoons of any common flour
  • 400 ml of heavy cream
  • 200 ml of milk
  • 1200 ml of chicken broth
  • 200 ml of Crubak Wine
  • 3 diced white onions
  • 7 minced garlic cloves
  • 1 kg of fresh brown mushrooms
  • 2 teaspoons of fresh chopped chives
  • 1 teaspoons of chopped thyme
 

Instructions

  1. Heat up the salted butter and the mocory nut oil in a large pot until melted. Roast the onions for about 3 minutes until slightly light brown. Add the minced garlic and let roast for around 1 minute.
  2. Add mushrooms and thyme. Cook for around 5 minutes. Add the Crubak wine and let simmer for around 2 minutes.
  3. Add flour and mix in well, let it cook for 2 minutes. Add chicken broth, mix until a uniform consistency and increase the heat, bringing the mixture to a boil.
  4. Reduce heat and let simmer for 10-15 minutes while stirring every 2 minutes to ensure it doesn't burn. Stop the simmering once the mixture has thickened.
  5. Reduce the heat and stir in the cream and the milk, make sure the milk doesn't curdle. Let it gently simmer.
  6. Remove from heat and mix in chimes. Serve the Mocory cream soup warm. Can be served with garlic bread covered in a little mocory nut oil for a nice added flavour.

 
Item type
Consumable, Food / Drink
Owning Organization

Fae Mocory Nut Oil
Item | Dec 9, 2020

A highly concentrated version of Mocory Nut Oil, used by the fae for a special food served at the yearly Feast of Fallen Leaves.



Cover image: by Ninne124

Comments

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10 Dec, 2020 01:13

*sneakily reads the recipe* Aaagh it sounds so tasty! I wonder if I could vaguely replicate it with real world ingredients.   I love the symbolism behind keeping the recipe secret, and the alliance/bond it represents.

Emy x   Welcome to Etrea!
10 Dec, 2020 20:42

Thanks Emy! ^-^   It’s probably possible to replicate, I based it off a couple of recipes I had lying around, though maybe reduce the amount of oil :3

10 Dec, 2020 12:06

So now i have to make this. I do. It would be wrong of me not to try and replicate this in the real world. This is so well thought out and wonderfully immersive.

You should check out the The 5 Shudake, if you want of course.
10 Dec, 2020 20:43

Oh goodness, if you do, I’d love to hear how it goes XD   if you’re completely serious about it, I’d recommend using less oil than what I wrote :D

10 Dec, 2020 20:50

Thanks for the advice. I'll totally tell you how it goes when I try it.

You should check out the The 5 Shudake, if you want of course.
11 Dec, 2020 05:22

I absolutely love this! I love the amount of detail you have put into this, and the symbolism behind each little detail is admirable. I love your website so much, and I only just discovered it. You've inspired me so much!

14 Dec, 2020 15:32

Thank you so much for the nice comment!! ^-^