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Muenster Cheese Soufflés

Cheese Soufflé & Tomato and Pepper Salad

Happy French Friday!  This week’s recipe are mini soufflés made with Muenster cheese.

The recipe calls for French Muenster, which apparently has a “room-clearing” fragrance.  I was only able to find “American” Muenster.  It had a very mild odor, so I don’t think I got the true “Muenster” experience when I made these soufflés.

I took this photo right before I removed the soufflés from the oven, so you could see the “full rise”:

Soufflés in the Oven

These soufflés were fine.  I liked the Cheese Soufflés we made last year better, though I appreciated the “mini” soufflés of this version.

The big hit of the meal was the Tomato and Pepper Salad I served on the side.  Dorie recommends it as her Bonne Idée with the Muenster Cheese Soufflés recipe.  We loved the little salad (my husband especially loved it) and I am sure I will make it again to accompany many dishes.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!



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