Montgomery Cheddar Cheese Souffle

Montgomery Cheddar Cheese Souffle

Method

This is the perfect dish to make with a mature, good quality Cheddar; we've chosen Montgomery Cheddar. You can use any cheese and in fact blue cheeses work particularly well.

1. Butter four ramekins with soft butter and freeze – repeat three times to ensure a good coating. Coat the inside of each ramekin with breadcrumbs and walnuts mixed together.

2. Melt butter in saucepan and add flour stirring until the mixture becomes a light coloured roux.

3. Still stirring, gradually add the milk and then add the grated Montgomery Cheddar cheese.

4. Pour this mixture into a bowl and beat in the egg yolks. Season with salt and pepper.

5. Whisk the eggs whites to soft peaks and add a little lemon juice. Carefully fold the egg whites into the mixture.

6. Gently pour the soufflé mixture into each ramekin. Smooth with a spatula and place in baking tray filled with boiling water.

7. Place in a preheated oven at 180 degrees c and bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown. Serve immediately with a green salad.

 

(Courtesy of the British Cheese Board)

Ingredients

Serves: 4

50g butter
150ml milk
100g Montgomery Cheddar Buy Cheese
60g mixed breadcrumbs
50g plain flour
2 egg yolks
5 egg whites
40g ground walnuts

Comments

crorkz on Wed August 06, 2014, 03:03:20

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Antoneela on Sun March 17, 2013, 07:45:21

yesCheese is an important sorcue of protein and calcium for pregnant women Cheeses which are SAFE to eat in pregnancy Hard cheeses:austrian smoked, Babybel, caerphilly, cheddar, cheshire, derby, double gloucester, edam, emmental, english goat's cheddar, feta (if bought in the UK), gouda, gruyere, halloumi, havarti, jarlsberg, lancashire, manchego, orkney, paneer, parmesan, pecorino (hard), provolone, red leicester. Soft and processed cheeses:Boursin, cottage cheese, cheese spread, cream cheese, mascarpone, mozzarella, Philadelphia, Quark, ricotta. Yoghurts, fromage frais, soured cream and creme fraiche any variety, including natural, flavoured and biologically active are all safe to eat. Cheeses to AVOID in pregnancy Mould-ripened soft cheeses:brie, blue brie, cambozola, camembert, chaumes, pont L'eveque, prince jean, tallegio. vacherin-fribourgeois, weichkaese. Blue-veined cheeses:bavarian blue, bergader, bleu d'Auvergne, blue shropshire, cabrales, Danish blue, dolcelatte, doppelrhamstuge, eldel pilz, gorgonzola, romano, roncal, roquefort, stilton, tommes, wensleydale (blue). Soft unpasteurised goat and sheep's cheeses:chabichou, pyramide, torta del cesar.

Liliana on Fri February 10, 2012, 12:42:10

Dang, these sound hvaeenly. Let me know next time you have a batch coming out of the oven!

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