Thursday, October 24, 2013
FFWD - Muenster cheese souffle ... sort of
It's French Friday with Dorie time again, and this week's recipe is Muenster cheese soufflé. Now, to make a Muenster cheese soufflé, I figure you must use Muenster cheese - am I right? Umm, unfortunately, I didn't have Muenster cheese, so I used Devondale Light Cheddar Cheese. Hey, it's cheese!
I divided the recipe into a quarter so I could make one serve - as the proportions of ingredients are in odd volume measures, this was no mean feat. (Thanks to Kayte for my teeny tiny Oxo measuring cup.) Apart from my cheese choice, I also lightened this up by using margarine instead of butter, and using skim milk. I further thumbed my nose at the recipe by using black pepper - who needs two kinds of pepper in the house?
And you know what? This was delish. I served it for breakfast with a handful of baby spinach leaves (not pictured), and it was really good. The only hard part was waiting for 25 minutes for the soufflé to cook.
To see what the other Doristas thought of this recipe, visit the LYL section of the FFWD website.