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To DIE for Orange Souffle
4/6/05, 10:19pm (Last Edited: 4/7/05, 8:09pm)
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Rob and I were invited by our neighbor to have dinner with them at their house. They made us Chicken Marsala as the main course and Orange Souffle for desert. Oh my gosh! The souffle was delicious! Rob asked them for the recipe, and they said they got it from www.epicurious.com. I haven't tried making it yet, but I sure will very soon! For those of you who want the recipe, here it is:

ORANGE SOUFFLE
Active time: 20 min Start to finish: 40 min


1 cup whole milk
1/4 cup plus 3 tablespoons granulated sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 1/2 teaspoons finely grated fresh orange zest
1 tablespoon unsalted butter
1 tablespoon fresh orange juice
1 tablespoon Grand Marnier or other orange liqueur
4 large eggs, separated
1/4 teaspoon salt
Confectioners sugar for dusting


Put oven rack in middle position and preheat oven to 400F. Butter a 9 1/2-inch deep-dish glass pie plate.
Bring milk, 1/4 cup granulated sugar, cornstarch, and zest to a boil over moderate heat in a 2-quart heavy saucepan, whisking constantly. Boil, whisking, 1 minute. Remove from heat and whisk in butter, juice, and liqueur until butter is melted, then whisk in yolks until blended.

Beat whites with salt in a large bowl using an electric mixer at medium speed until they just hold soft peaks. Add remaining 3 tablespoons granulated sugar a little at a time, beating, then beat until whites just hold stiff peaks.

Fold one fourth of whites into yolk mixture to lighten, then fold in remaining whites gently but thoroughly. Spread in pie plate with a rubber spatula and bake until puffed and golden, 16 to 18 minutes. Dust with confectioners sugar and serve immediately.

Makes 6 servings.


Gourmet

November 2003

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Re: To DIE for Orange Souffle
6/15/05, 8:40pm
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I finally tried making the Orange Souffle. It turned out a little under-cooked. My mistake: 1) I put to much of the mix into each ramekin; 2) I should have used Grand Marnier. (Used Orange Triple Sec instead.)

However, the taste was very good! I'm going to have to try it again, and I will perfect it.

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Re: To DIE for Orange Souffle
6/25/05, 11:28am
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Darn it! Does anyone know how to make a souffle? I tried making it again, and it came out as flat as a pancake!

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6/26/05, 6:34am
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>Darn it! Does anyone know how to make a souffle? I tried
>making it again, and it came out as flat as a pancake!

I don't make them, but I do know that the secret is in the a)mixing and adding the air and b)the cooking process.

Also, as I understand it, a souffle WILL flaten in a VERY short time out of the oven.

Keep trying..practice and you will have the best souffle in the neighborhood!

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Re: To DIE for Orange Souffle
6/26/05, 6:52am
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>>Darn it! Does anyone know how to make a souffle? I tried
>>making it again, and it came out as flat as a pancake!
>
>I don't make them, but I do know that the secret is in the
>a)mixing and adding the air and b)the cooking process.
>
>Also, as I understand it, a souffle WILL flaten in a VERY
>short time out of the oven.
>
>Keep trying..practice and you will have the best souffle in
>the neighborhood!
>

I know.....ask Rob to help since air is needed. Hes always talking about havin more than enough.

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Re: To DIE for Orange Souffle
6/27/05, 10:41pm
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>I know.....ask Rob to help since air is needed. Hes always
>talking about havin more than enough.

That might just help.

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murphy brown  
Re: To DIE for Orange Souffle
6/28/05, 9:04am
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>>I know.....ask Rob to help since air is needed. Hes
>always
>>talking about havin more than enough.
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>That might just help.
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>

LOL

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