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The best way to prepare soufflé dishes or ramekins
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Technique : The best way to prepare soufflé dishes or ramekins
Prepare a soufflé using the recipe of your choice. The following technique is the same whatever the size of the ramekin or dish.
Le bon geste pour préparer des moules à soufflé The best way to prepare soufflé ramekins The best way to prepare soufflé dishes
Brush the ramekins with butter. Dust evenly with sugar, tipping out the excess. Divide the soufflé mixture evenly between the ramekins and smooth with a spatula. Run your thumb around the inside rim of the ramekin to open a 5 mm channel, which will allow the soufflé mixture to rise cleanly and evenly during cooking. Cook according to the directions indicated in the recipe.
This technique has been used in the following recipes :
Hot vanilla soufflés
Find this technique in the Chocolate Bible, which contains 170 illustrated chocolate-based recipes as well as indispensable basic techniques illustrated by step by step photos. Cakes, tarts, mousse or candies… Discover the delights of this book’s recipes and techniques which explore chocolate in all its shapes and forms!
Discover more recipes and techniques from The Chocolate Bible :
Chocolate Strawberry Cake
Chocolate Yule log
Chocolate Heart
Chocolate ‘egg’
Chocolate crêpes
The best way to temper chocolate
The best way to line a tart pan with pastry
The best way to prepare choux pastry dough

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