Today: Don’t be scared of chocolate soufflé! Yossy has a classic recipe, plus three essential tips for success, to help you tackle the iconic dessert.
If the word soufflé has you quaking in your boots, you can now rest easy — with a few pointers, even the most nervous cook can pull off this decadent dessert.
At its very simplest, chocolate soufflé is made from a base of melted chocolate and egg yolks lightened with meringue and baked until tall and impressive. So basically, if you can melt chocolate and whip egg whites, you can make a soufflé.
Here are a few tips for success:
First, make sure all of your ingredients are room temperature, especially the eggs. Room temperature egg whites will whip up tall and strong and will provide structure for the soufflé.
Second, don’t peek in the oven while the soufflésRead More »from Fear Not the Chocolate Soufflé