How to Make Chocolate Souffle



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Here are your ingredients, you actually need 6 eggs lol. Check my supplies for quantities.

This is the equipment you'll need.

Melt the butter with the chocolate, I did this using the microwave heating a minute at a time until melted. Leave to one side.

Crack the 6 six eggs into a new bowl.

Add the caster sugar to the eggs and whisk until light and frothy.

Light and frothy.

Add the plain flour and fold it into the eggs and sugar to keep the air in.

Folding.

Flour folded in, still light and bubbly.

Now get your melted butter and chocolate and mix together well.

Butter and chocolate mixed together.

Now gently mix the chocolate into the flour.

All mixed together.

Grease the ramekins and pour the souffle mix near the top.

Like so. Still bubbly which is what you want. Now you can cover with cling film and put in the fridge until required. They last a few days.

When needed, just stick them in a pre-heated oven 180c fan or 160c gas 4 for 8-12 minutes. If they have just come out the fridge I tend to find 11 minutes is perfect or 9 minutes if just made.

There we have it, the souffle has risen and is gooey in the middle. So quick and simple but impressive to family and friends. Enjoy 😊


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