Nov 14, 2010
Again, more on this later [The other half of The Daring Kitchen]. I'm still an active Daring Baker, though I took September off and didn't fully write on my attempts at the October Challenge.
My first Daring Cooks' Challenge was to create a souffle of some kind. As usual, a total first. What I gleaned from browsing recipes and tips, the big threat would be a collapsing top. Granted I chose a recipe that wasn't intended to result in a towering eggy fluff, but these souffles grew appropriately and held their shape. If you enjoy wine and cheese [or like your salty to come with a little sweet], your likely to enjoy this souffle. It's simple to prepare, and makes for a great appetizer or side [or a light meal]. Better yet, the grape reduction sauce is sweet enough using the grapes and water, adding a delicious touch to the souffles without the use of any table sugar. [Have you caught onto one of my diet changes?]
It's good to be back.
Dave and Linda from Monkeyshines in the Kitchen chose Soufflés as our November 2010 Daring Cooks’ Challenge! Dave and Linda provided two of their own delicious recipes plus a sinfully decadent chocolate soufflé recipe adapted from Gordon Ramsay’s recipe found at the BBC Good Food website.