Wednesday, January 30, 2013

WWDH - Spinach and cheddar souffle




This week's Wednesday with Donna Hay recipe, Spinach and Cheddar Souffle, was chosen by Margaret.  It comes from p8o of Modern Classics I.

As expected, this souffle contains spinach, cheddar, eggs, milk, flour, butter, salt and pepper.  I substituted the butter for margarine to try and be slightly more healthy, and I used frozen spinach.  I didn't have any breadcrumbs to line the ramekins in which I baked the souffles, so I used semolina instead.

The end result was nice enough, but I didn't find it very filling - it is not really a complete meal in itself.  I probably won't make this again.

To see what Margaret, Kayte and Chaya thought of this souffle, visit their websites on Wednesday US time.

12 comments:

Guru Uru said...

It looks like an interesting recipe and I would definitely give it a shot :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

Kayte said...

Yours looks great. I think mine was much larger, so it actually was satisfying...I used a one cup ramekin. I love the color and shape of your ramekin, really is a beautiful way to showcase this recipe. Mine is scheduled to post a little after midnight.

teaandscones said...

They are pretty but not very tasty. Fun to make tho. Love your ramekins.

Blond Duck said...

Ever since I saw the original Sabrina, I've wanted to make a souffle.

yummychunklet said...

It looks good, but I can see how it wouldn't be that filling.

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Kari said...

I have always been a bit intimidated by souffles, so this is particularly impressive!

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

I find souffles so light as air that they are difficult to have as a complete meal in themselves too :)

Andrea_TheKitchenLioness said...

Spinach % Cheddar Soufflé sounds like a nice light lunch for spring or summertime - it did rise beautifully. I think I would like to eat this with a side salad!

Elaine said...

I don't think I could ever get full with a souffle. The combination sounds delicious and it looks pretty.

The Caked Crusader said...

Looks lovely - aren't savoury souffles served as starters?

The Sketched Chef said...

Amazing combination !