Executive Pastry Chef Rachel Maynard has perfect the Pumpkin Soufflé and you can totally make it at home.
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Sweet and savory, learn how to create this tall, flecked soufflé dessert. This dazzling dessert is an impressive kitchen feat or skill to master and have forever.
Rye flour and mushrooms are what makes this meal substantial. It is light, airy but filling, flavorful and impressive enough for guests.
Discover the basics to creating the savory version of this French delicacy. Remember, whipping is the key.
Learn how to master the iconic soufflé and then top it off with a crème anglaise.
Instead of ham in your eggs, this cajun breakfast calls for andouille sausage and cornbread subbed for toast. Made with ease, this is a great brunch recipe.
Totally delicious and of course fluffy, this vibrant soufflé will rise to meet all your expectations. Top with a warm hazelnut crumble.
Magical, climbing three cheese soufflé is a lovely, fluffy dish to impress guests.
There are just three basic ingredients, plus a little lemon zest, in this soufflé-like dessert that gets its sweetness from white chocolate.
Master this famous French dessert and you’ll be set to wow any and all dinner guests.
This stunning soufflé makes a perfect light Summer dinner.
A luxurious lemon and white chocolate version of the traditional french “blow up” dessert.
A deliciously simple chocolate souffle with the added charm of peanut butter.
When the holiday pressure is on, Marissa Sertich turns to an old pastry chef party trick – soufflés.
We happen to agree with the great Chef Ramsay that soufflés rock, and so we turn to Wilson Mak to make one.