This souffle was a perfect summer meal, light with delicate herb and subtle cheese flavors. I did not have shallots or chives so I substituted 1/4 cup green onions. I also used seasoned bread crumbs to coat the souffle dish. Otherwise I followed the recipe. The results were totally satisfying. I accompanied the souffle with a honeydew and cantaloupe fruit salad made with fresh mint and lime juice. To complete the meal, I added steamed asparagus. I will definitely make this souffle again. I follow the Weight Watcher's eating plan and I divided the souffle into four servings at 4.5 points per serving. I think this souffle would make please most guests as a main or side dish.
Parmesan Soufflé with Fresh Fines Herbes
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judithrus Posted: 08/05/09
PatriciaH6911 Posted: 07/03/09
Great recipe for a light meal! Serve with salad and rolls, and you've got a nice dinner.
ChefSophie Posted: 08/13/11
Made this last night and it was a big hit. It was perfect for a summer evening with a fruit salad. Followed the directions as given and didn't change anything.
BusyBZ Posted: 09/07/12
This was just okay. The flavor was really mild and the texture definitely didn't measure up to a real souffle. Unlike so many great Cooking Light recipes, this tasted and felt like a light recipe. Not worth the effort.