Salmon Souffle

Salmon Souffle created by 8hands4jesus

This is an old stand-by in our house. It is so simple to make and everyone loves it. The glorious end result makes you look like a cooking star. I found the recipe years ago in my SIL's Harrowsmith cookbook.

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40mins
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  • Melt butter in small sauce pan.
  • Add flour, milk, salt and pepper.
  • Boil until thick and then remove from heat.
  • Add salmon and slighty beaten egg yolks.
  • Beat egg whites until stiff and fold inches.
  • Pour into greased souffle dish or other deep baking dish.
  • Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.
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"This is an old stand-by in our house. It is so simple to make and everyone loves it. The glorious end result makes you look like a cooking star. I found the recipe years ago in my SIL's Harrowsmith cookbook."

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  1. Karen L.
    I used to make this a lot the first few years I was married. It was my “fancy” dish. That was the early 90s. I used tuna instead of salmon back then because tuna was cheaper. I lost my recipe and found this recently. So glad I did. My husband and I love this.
  2. nick9518
    Was neither very light nor did it rise much Yes 11ozs of flaked baked salmon and very fresh eggs but possibly allowed the flour (really 3 tbsp?) butter and milk to boil and thicken a tad too much Thoughts
  3. adrianmarkocki
    What size soufflé dish should be used for the salmon soufflé?
  4. Odas G.
    This is my first try. Hope it rises. It didn't rise. What did I do wrong?
  5. lhollingsworth.hvh
    Not all that easy, but excellent for an experienced cook. It requires making a smooth white sauce, beating egg whites until they are stiff, and folding them in. If any of these terms are unfamiliar to you, I recommend you learn to do those first.
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