How Do You Make A Cheese Souffle?
The delicate golden puff of a cheese soufflé, hot from the oven, brings a touch of elegance to your table. Fortunately, these delicate creations are not difficult to make, despite their gourmet appearance. When you want to wow your guests with your cooking prowess, try a cheese soufflé. Dinner will never be the same. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Butter your ramekins and sprinkle with grated Parmesan cheese, tipping the ramekin so the cheese covers the sides and bottom. Alternately, you can use finely ground dry bread or cracker crumbs if you don’t care for Parmesan. The crumbs allow your guests to easily spoon the soufflés from the ramekins. Measure out your ingredients. Use a ratio of 2 eggs and 2 ounces of cheese for every 1 cup of bechamel sauce. This amount makes two medium sized soufflés cooked in 2-cup ramekins. Alter the ingredient amounts for more servings. Prepare or purchase bechamel sauce. Warm it in a medium-size saucepan, stirring frequently to keep it from scorching.