Total Time
22mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 7 mins

I made these for Christmas Day lunch, I was so glad that even the children, not generally adventurous, enjoyed them! I prepared them ahead of time, up to step 5, cooked them shortly before serving, and chose to serve them in the ramekins I had cooked them in. Made in the microwave, instructions are based on a 650/700 watt microwave, mine is a little bigger, so I adjusted times accordingly, cooking for slightly less time. Lovely presentation, smooth creamy taste with a hint of mustard, very easy to prepare, I was impressed with these. From "Christmas Microwave Know-how"

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Place broccoli in a bowl with the water. Cover and microwave at 100% (High) for 8 - 10 minutes until tender. Drain well.
  2. Liquidise broccoli with the cream in a blender or food processor, until smooth.
  3. Turn into a bowl, and beat in butter, egg yolks, mustard and seasoning.
  4. Carefully fold in egg whites.
  5. Divide mixture among 8 individual greased moulds, and level surfaces.
  6. Arrange in a circle in microwave, and cook at 100% (High) for 6 - 7 minutes until just firm, re-arranging once.
  7. Turn out onto serving plate and keep warm, to serve with main meal.
Most Helpful

5 5

This is a truly FANTASTIC recipe. I couldn't think of anything to do with the other 2 whites so I beat them up & folded them in. Worked wonderfully. I plan on making this as a first course at Christmas dinner. Both dd & the almost ex suggested adding some parmesan. Made for Culinary Quest 2014/CCQ.<br/>I want to add that I think this would well with several different veggies - cauliflower, spinach, just to name a couple.

5 5

Wow. . .these are like restaurant fancy Karen! I have to admit that I just threw everything in the blender, gave it a whirl and dumped it into ramekins. Mine were cooked after about 4 minutes in the microwave. I added a little Spike seasoning and some dried onion flakes. I also subbed non-fat plain yogurt for the creme (I was out) and it was undetectable. THANKS! Made for MAKE MY RECIPE.

5 5

We pretty much like broccoli any ol' way (except, perhaps, limp but whole!) & this was no exception ~ VERY, VERY NICE! I did, however, make one addition, in that just before serving I topped each serving with a steamed piece of broccoli & a small cherry tomato! Will definitely be making this again! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my Vegetarian partners in the Vegetarian/Vegan Recipe Swap #7]