Italian Cheese Soufflé With Marsala

Italian Cheese Soufflé With Marsala


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I wanted to make a soufflé (American pronunciation (8: sue-full). Everyone knows that Julia Child introduces American people to soufflés. This is my first soufflé. I observed an idea from my new idol Bruno–he is totally golden–for flavoring the soufflé with wine. Then I wrote down the procedure for making my concoction a reality! Afterwards, I coincidentally bumped into Melissa Clark, which I usually do, and guess what I found? Everything I wanted to know about the essentials of French cooking. This was very helpful. I should have covered my larger soufflé with parchment paper after 20 minutes and I should have cooked it for another 10 minutes. Having a soufflé with a runny middle is normal. Melissa saved me from so much work and grief. She appreciates Kirshwasser, which I usually have in my liquor cabinet.

Corningware French White ramekins work well. Inexpensive ramekins do not work well without having special knowledge. Someday I will use ceramic dishes made for making soufflés. I believe that Melissa said that dishes similar to Corningware will make a soufflé with a short top. Corningware French White ramekins are thick. She also explains the techniques for making a soufflé with a flat top [1]. These soufflés have a natural appearance, which Julia Child supposedly preferred.

For making this recipe substitute the cheese in the recipe below with a three cheese Italian blend including parmesan, Asiago, and Romano. Also, omit the paprika and add 1/2 teaspoon of Marsala. Before I believed in gastronomy and before I had cultivated the enzymes to make delicate flavors large (? before I had the health), the papilla of my tongue failed to give me the excitement I desired from fine food. When I was lost, Romano was there to rescue me. Romano has always been my good friend. Romano has a strong flavor similar to Pecorino Romano. Romano is probably made with the milk of a cow not a sheep. There are probably many other differences. Nourishing the body can be so important for understanding the meaning of life.

Follow The Link To Download The Recipe:

Classic Cheese Soufflé

1. “Classic Cheese Soufflé,” Epicurious, accessed February 12, 2017,

2. “Cheese Souffle,” The REAL DEAL cooking channel, accessed February 12, 2017,

3. “The New Essentials of French Cooking,” The New York Times Company, accessed February 12, 2017,


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