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Yogurt "Cheese" Souffle Cake



This is great and easy dessert to make. And I  I admit I was quite successful. The souffle rise so high, so beautiful once out from oven. The only thing I fail here is just taking it picture in perfect time, so it looks slightly shrunken and collapsed after 15 minutes. What can I say? I'm not photographer.... But they are perfect indeed, the silky texture and delish taste... you must try this ! ^,^ Never mind the appearance, souffle is like that after few minute out of oven, that's why they served while it's hot..

To make this yogurt "cheese" souffle, you need to drain yogurt to separate the water in cheesecloth-lined strainer for at least 24 hours before.


Make about 6 (250 ml cap) ramekins


Ingredients:
 1 cup strained thick plain yogurt.


Strained yogurt after 24 hrs
 3 large eggs (65 g each). Separate the white and yolks
 3 heaped tablespoons flour
 pinch of salt
 2 tsp vanilla powder
 4 tablespoons sugar
 Butter and sugar for the ramekins
 Your favorite choice of fruit jam (optional)

method:
1) Grease generously 6 ~ 7 ramekins with butter and sprinkle with granulated sugar evenly.


2) Preheat oven to 190 ⁰C. In a large bowl whisk egg yolks, strained yogurt, flour and vanilla. Whisk to well blended. Set aside.


3) Beat the egg whites until foamy. Then mix in sugar spoonful after spoonful. Beat until soft peaks, beat in salt, continue to beat for few minutes more.


4) Gradually, Fold the egg whites into the yolk-yogurt mixture, fold until incorporate. Pour into  ramekins and bake for 15 minutes until souffle rise and golden yellow on surface.


5) Serve hot immediately with your favorite fruit jam.


Bon apetite.

And this post chosen on Today's Top 9 by Foodbuzz, 9th November 2011




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13 comments:

  1. This is great recipe using yogurt,souffle looks moist and yummy,you are not photographer but all the pictures of food presentation that you posted is always looks nice to me :)
    Ridwan

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  2. The souffle looks perfect! Love the idea of jam trickling down!

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  3. How interesting! I've never made yogurt cheese before, but I hear a lot of good things about it. And I am always scared to make a souffle, haha!

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  4. These little souffles look delicious! I love that picture that shows the inside texture. I am sure these are heavenly-light and airy with just a touch of jam. Well done!

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  5. Oh, these are beautiful, my friend! I especially love the drizzle of jam. Have a fabulous Monday!

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  6. These look great. So decadent and so simple. Did you make your own yogurt? It looks amazingly rich. :)

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  7. I always have problems when trying to take pictures for my blog, not always we obtain what we want, or everybody is in a rush to eat that don't give me time to take a nise shot. But believe me, your pictures are perfect, as well as your souffle.
    But you did with the yogurt? You just left it to drain and then measure the cup after after it?

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  8. @Kimberly Hi Kim.. thank U. the yogurt is homemade, not by me, but by my mother inlaw ^,^

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  9. @mividaenundulce hahaha.. you are right, especially if the food is should be serving hot or too much tempting... it won't be survive for the shoot :))

    if you want to try it also, all you can do is just strain the yogurt all night long. Then take 1 cup of them to make 1 recipe. thx

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  10. anything with cheese for me pls!
    the souffle is like talking to me, come and bite me NOW!
    yum! :)

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  11. i must also try making souffles one day. Yeah, i 've heard from some bloggers too that they experienced the same, it will go down after 10-15 minutes..must quickly get ready the camera when it's out from the oven, haha!

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  12. It sounds delicious, and so beautiful. Congrats on Top-9, I saw it the other day and wanted to come by and comment.
    LL

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