These souffle recipes, all range wildly in flavor, all have one thing in common: their warm, airy texture. The fragrant steam wafting off a spoonful of one of these souffle is sure to bewitch everyone at the table. Any one of these makes the perfect creation for an impressively luxurious confection.
There is much said about how difficult it is to make a souffle, they are supposedly the horror of the kitchen. Not so, there really is nothing to be afraid of with just a few simple hints and tips to... make the process go easier. The best route to success is to read the recipe and then read it again. Gather all the ingredients together before you start and when you are busy in the making, do not get distracted and do not answer the door, then all should be fine.
01 of 05The first recipe I teach my students is a simple chocolate soufflé. It is a magical, airy, rich, and complex confection that perfectly rounds out any meal. Served fresh out of the oven, it delights young children and impresses dinner guests.
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Smooth and airy, this white chocolate soufflé recipe makes for an impressive special occasion dessert. Red berries and citrus both harmonize with white chocolate, whether in the form of a fresh fruit garnish or a sauce. If you're serving it for a winter holiday, be sure to enhance the soufflé's snowy mountain effect with a generous dusting of confectioners' sugar.
03 of 05Light as a cloud and full of sweet, unadulterated vanilla essence, this vanilla soufflé recipe is the one to prepare for every and any menu. It deftly fits in with so many menus and tastes, that it could be considered the everyday fancy dessert. Dust a little confectioners' sugar over the top and serve with a few, plump berries for a treat that's at once visually spectacular and amazingly simple.
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Chocolate Grand Marnier Souffle RecipeThe combination of dark chocolate and orange is purely captivating. The match-made-in-heaven flavor medley is perfectly showcased in this chocolate Grand Marnier soufflé recipe, which marries the airy texture of a soufflé with the full, rich flavors of chocolate and citrusy Grand Marnier. The results are at once refreshing, and just a little bit addictive.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Perhaps the best known of all dessert souffle must be the one with citrus in the form of orange, lemon or lime. This recipe will work for all three just change the amount of citrus to your taste. This souffle suits a rich dinner very well as the citrus cuts through any heaviness you may feel, thus making it a great dessert with rich French dishes.