Warm Blackberry Soufflé with Almond Ice Cream

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Appears in
Shaun Hill's Cookery Book

By Shaun Hill

Published 1990

  • About

Soufflés are generally disappointing desserts. There is an element of theatre when one appears with its head standing high over the dish, and the punters assume that it took great skill to produce – the higher it stands, the cleverer the cook.

This is not so. The more egg you use, the higher and swifter it will rise. Also, the more egg you use, the more it will eat like a stringy omelette and leave you with a metallic, fried egg aftertaste.

The egg should be a vehicle