Spinach and Parmesan Soufflés

  • scargosun Posted: 05/15/11
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    This was excellent! Made these with a bunch of my CSA spinach and served with a grilled chicken salad. Will def make the others in the CL issue as well. It was easier than I thought. They needed to cook a bit longer but I just kept an eye on them for the 'puffy golden' look.

  • VaBelle35 Posted: 06/12/11
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    These are great and came out perfectly following the directions. I will make them again, but it does use a lot of pots and pans, so this is for when you have time to clean it all up.

  • crusnock Posted: 05/28/12
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    Light and flavorful. We followed the recipe and they came out just like the picture. We added about 5 minutes to the bake time.

  • Denise001 Posted: 03/04/12
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    Sunday brunch for my husband and I and it was sooo worth the effort. Came out exactly like the photo and it was delicious. I didn't have cream of tartar, so I used 1/8 tsp of white vinegar otherwise I followed the directions exactly. 21 minutes was the correct amount of cooking time. Will definitely make again.

  • azaleas Posted: 02/14/12
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    This was my first attempt at a souffle and it came out perfectly! Definitely recommend since the veggie-shy boyfriend liked it.

  • Gradnurse101 Posted: 03/04/13
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    Excellent and easy. Loved it

  • detailaddict Posted: 10/27/12
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    Good, but time-consuming. My only departure from the recipe was using half fresh and half powdered egg whites, but the result was still good. I may try fontina or Gruyere next time. I served this as a side to CL Crispy Chicken Marinara - fortunately leftovers, and I would recommend a simple main course unless you want to spend the entire evening in the kitchen.


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