This dish is a favorite of ours from Santa Fe. A little B&B called Adobe Abode had this recipe on their website, so we thought we'd try it for breakfast. The dish is very easy to make and serve. Accompany the souffle with warm tomatillo sauce and fresh melon. Our favorite breakfast beverage with the green chile bite of the souffle is mango juice.
These soufflés may take a while to perfect but once mastered, they'll be a appetizer you return to time and again. You can make the soufflés ready for the oven and leave them on the side for up to an hour before baking them. Serves four as a light main or 6 as an appetizer.
A rich, yet still light dessert to make Valentine's Day dinner, or any meal extra special. It is important that eggs are at room temperature for an hour or 2 so that they beat up to a higher volume. This can be made in any size ramekin or even a microwave coffee mug, the important thing is that the vessel is filled 3/4 full. Don't worry if the souffle falls, it is still delicious, just a little denser.
A really quick and easy soufle to put together. Can be whipped up quickly after work and is delicious with either a salad and potatoes or a selction of vegetables. I've been making it for years and recently made it again when I came home from work one night at the end of the week and there wasn't much on offer in the fridge. I have copied the recipe as it was originally given to me, but when making now, I use very little butter on the top.
My sister had a recipe for one of the best Sweet Potato Souffles ever. The word "souffle" in the title is used loosely as it is not prepared as you would a classic souffle. When I was requested to bring it to a recent Holiday Dinner, I spent days tearing my house apart looking for that recipe. I then went through hundreds of recipes on Zaar and other recipe sites, until I finally gave up. So I created my own recipe using certain aspects from various recipes and what I remembered from hers. This is what I came up. DH and myself think it's better. I thought I'd write it down before I forget what I did and then post it so I will never be without it again. NOTE: The cooking time does not include the first baking and cooling the potatoes.(this can be done well in advance)
This is one of my go-tos for Thanksgiving...the Gruyere cheese makes a wonderful nutty flavored crust and cuts down on the sweetness of most sweet potato casseroles. It can also be made a day ahead and then baked right before serving. Featured in the Dec 2006 Edition of Food and Wine magazine. Delish!