Frozen fruit soufflés

Frozen fruit soufflés

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French Lessons
Makes
4
Prep
30 mins
Photographer
Steve Brown

These are iced desserts that superficially resemble hot baked soufflés. They are made in a large mould or individual ramekin dishes, whose height is increased by a band of paper. After freezing, the band is removed to create the look of a traditional ‘risen’ soufflé. An iced soufflé is made from a flavoured ice cream or parfait mix, and they are often tizzed up with piped crème chantilly, crystallised fruits or finely chopped nuts.

Frozen soufflé

Ingredients

Quantity Ingredient
see introduction for ingredients

Method

  1. Lightly oil 4 x 200 ml soufflé moulds. Tie a strip of baking paper around the dish to form a collar that rises 5 cm above the rim of each mould.
  2. Fill each mould up to the top of the paper collar and freeze for 8 hours. Once frozen, decorate the top and peel away the paper band to reveal the frozen soufflé in all its splendour. Serve immediately.
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