Prounounced: "Sue-Flay"

A light fluffy dish of egg yolks and stiffly beaten egg whites mixed with any variety of other ingedients. A primary ingredient in baked souffles - though it is seldom mentioned in the ingedient list - is air. The word souffle literally means "puffed-up". Air trapped in the body of the souffle causes the dish to look inflated. Conversely, when too much air escapes from the baked dish, a souffle will look deflated. That is why most baked souffles are served immediatly from the oven.

Chilled and frozen souffles are primily served as desert items.

Recipe Collection: Souffle Recipes

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Recipes with "Souffle" in the title:
  1. Alabama Egg and Sausage Souffle
  2. Arkansas Breakfast Souffle
  3. Artichoke Souffle
  4. Baked Omelette Souffle
  5. Blueberry Breakfast Souffle
  6. Breakfast Pudding Souffle
  7. Cajun Souffle
  8. Cheddar Bacon Souffle
  9. Cheddar Grits Souffle
  10. Cheese Grits Souffle
  11. Cheese And Herb Souffle Omelet
  12. Cheese Souffle
  13. Cheese Souffle (Vintage)
  14. Creamy Cheese Souffle
  15. Easy Pumpkin Maple Souffle
  16. Finnish Pancakes (Souffle-Style)
  17. French Toast Souffle
  18. Grand Marnier Souffle
  19. Maple Syrup Souffle
  20. Mini Pumpkin Souffles
  21. Mock Cheese Souffle
  22. Parmesan And Chive Egg Souffle
  23. Perfect Cheese Souffle
  24. Sausage Souffle
  25. Spinach Souffle
  26. Spinach Souffle (Vintage)
  27. Spinach Souffle II
  28. Sweet Grits Souffle
  29. Twelve Hour Sausage Souffle

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