Chocolate souffle

Sad? Chocolate is the best medicine ever! Let's get into the kitchen and give a "surge of joy to our mood: today chocolate soufflé (also perfect to serve at the end of an important meal or on an" occasion like Valentine's Day)!

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Identity Card of the Recipe

  • 229 KCal Calories per serving
  • Ingrediants

    For 6 servings

    • 200 ml of milk
    • 40 g (2 medium) of egg yolks
    • 160 g (4 medium) of egg white
    • 40 g of sugar
    • 20 g of cornstarch
    • 130 g of dark chocolate
    • Vanilla essence
    • 50 g of pistachios
    • 1 pinch of salt

    Materials Needed

    • Soufflé molds
    • Electric whips
    • Small saucepan
    • Knife
    • Whip
    • Spatula
    • Mixer


    1. Chop the pistachios using a blender.
    2. Grease 6 ceramic soufflé molds and sprinkle the inner walls with pistachio powder.
    3. Chop the dark chocolate with the knife.
    4. Quickly work the egg yolks with the sugar, using a simple whisk. When finished, add the cornstarch.
    5. Heat the milk until it just comes to a boil. Turn off the heat, add half of the chopped dark chocolate and the vanilla flavor. Add the cream of egg yolks, sugar and cornstarch to the milk. Bring to the boil again until the chocolate cream thickens.
    6. Let the mixture cool for 30 minutes.
    7. Preheat the oven to 190 ° C (static).
    8. Work the egg whites until stiff peaks, adding a pinch of salt. Incorporate the mass of egg whites into the cream, add the remaining chocolate flakes and pistachios, taking care to mix slowly and from bottom to top.
    9. Prepare the molds for cooking in a bain marie. Place the ceramic molds in an oven pan and pour the water into the larger container up to half the height of the molds.
    10. Distribute the mixture in the molds, up to 2/3 of the capacity. Cook immediately at 190 ° C for 20 minutes.
    11. Remove from the oven and serve the soufflé immediately, sprinkling with icing sugar to taste.

    Did you know that
    The soufflés have to wait: they must be served immediately to prevent the mass from falling apart.

    Alice's comment - PersonalCooker

    The soufflé is a dessert that loves to be waiting: seat the guests at the table and bake the sweets. During cooking, an irresistible scent will be released which will make the wait even more pleasant. If you wish, you can add chilli or grated orange zest to the mixture.

    Nutritional values ​​and Health Comment on the recipe

    The Chocolate Soufflè is a food that belongs to the group of desserts.
    It has a significant energy supply, provided mainly by lipids, followed by carbohydrates and finally by proteins.
    Fatty acids are mainly unsaturated, simple carbohydrates and peptides of high biological value.
    Fiber is present in medium quantities and cholesterol is more than relevant.
    The Chocolate Soufflè is not suitable for all diets; it must be excluded from that for overweight and metabolic pathologies (hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hyperglycemia).
    It does not contain gluten and is suitable for diet for celiac disease.
    Contains lactose and is not suitable for nutrition for this type of food intolerance.
    It is relevant to the lacto ovo vegetarian philosophy but not to the vegan one.
    The average portion is around 40g (90 kcal).
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