I love cheese and cheese+ spinach and I am looking for a souffle recipe that doesn't use breadcrumbs. Any favourite recipes out there?
I like this, posted by Chowhound Souschef: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/7991...
I've never used breadcrumbs. Souffles are basic, what will make a good cheese souffle, is good cheese.
Do you have favourite cheese types to use in a souffle?
It would depend on my mood. I love asiago, it's so flavorful, but a nice, sharp cheddar, or a swiss... really anything that has lots of flavor.
Are you talking about breadcrumbs around the side of the souffle dish? Those are to help the souffle "climb". You could use grated Parmesan instead.
I've used joy of cooking's recipe for years.
julia has a good one. so goes alton. which is basically julia's with some cream of tartar for insurance.
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