Let's Get Irish - Guinness Extra Stout Brownies!
St. Patrick's Day is coming and I'm excited to do some Irish inspired baking! I saw this recipe a few months ago and have been ...
Fundamentally easy: rise to the occasion with this brilliantly simple soufflé. Photography by Lars Autzen & Jonathan Gregson
GRAND MARNIER SOUFFLE - The Kitchy Kitchen
Soufflés were never a thing for me. Not the way chocolate cake or donuts are, at least. My only connection to a soufflé came from Sabrina, one of my favorite Billy Wilder films. Sabrina, played by Audrey Hepburn to full stylish gamine effect, is attending a Parisian cooking school and the teacher is counting down …
Hot Lemon Curd Souffles
On the How To Cook television series I called these 'everlasting', and yes, it's true, because unlike traditional soufflés, they never collapse. They will shrink down when they come out of the oven, but they will still be light and soufflé-like 15 minutes later. The quick lemon curd rounds the whole thing off into my favourite lemon recipe to date.
Grand Marnier | Williams-Sonoma Taste
A venerable French dessert, this dramatic souffle is always a showstopper. Rubbing a little sugar into the orange zest brings out its oils and enhances the deep citrus flavor of…
Pavlova Cake with Summer Berry Cointreau - Christiann Koepke
This summer pavlova cake offers layer upon layer of a slight citrus taste, paired with fresh fruit and pistachios for a little crunch - perfection with that marshmallowy center and mounds of whipped cream!
Lemon Soufflés Recipe |Love a light and airy soufflé— especially when it’s lemon-flavored! The combination of creamy sweetness and just that touch of tart is irresistible. Click for recipe and how to video. #desserts #sweettreats
Chocolate Soufflés with Orange Sauce
Jacques Pépin shares his recipe for this french dessert which pairs airy chocolate soufflé with creamy orange sauce. Get the recipe on Tasting Table.
grand marnier souffle recipe
Recipe: grand marnier soufflé Several weeks before Neva came home with us, we began getting the whole house in order, reading our puppy and dog training
Bittersweet Chocolate Soufflés
Instead of making our own crème anglaise for this soufflé recipe, we use melted vanilla ice cream (it’s basically the same thing!). For the best texture, check the carton’s ingredient label and choose a brand that is free of stabilizers.
NYT Cooking: Dark and intense in flavor, yet with a light and custardy texture, a chocolate soufflé is an eternal showstopper of a dessert. To get that intense chocolate flavor, this version uses a base of melted butter and chocolate without any starch. Be sure to use excellent bittersweet chocolate, but if you prefer a slightly sweeter soufflé, feel free to substitute milk chocolate for all or part of the ...