|Utterly delicious…Muenster Cheese Soufflés (cheddar in my case)|
|These were perfect as a starter to our dinner…and not bad for Bill’s diet|
How lucky can I be. Our pick was for Muenster Soufflés. Soufflés are relatively easy to make and, you don’t need a lot of fancy ingredients. They consist of eggs, milk, cheese, flour and butter. First, making a roux with the flour and butter, then adding the milk to make a basic béchamel sauce. I couldn’t find the french munster, that the recipe calls for, but I did find it online. I decided to order it, even though I used the cheese I had on hand (cheddar) for this post. When my french muenster cheese arrives, I will be trying these again. These were wonderfully delicious and, my husband and I enjoyed them very much. They puffed up beautifully, and as with all soufflés, deflate almost instantly. It was hard to get photos when they were puffed…oh the worries of a food blogger! I will be making these again, easy, impressive and heavenly tasting! You really have to give these a try. Happy Friday everyone!
This recipe can be found in Dorie Greenspans cookbook “Around My French Table” or here on Epicurious. To see what other the other bloggers are doing check it out here.
|They deflated so quickly especially when I brought them outside for a photo shoot!|