Chocolate Souffle with Orange Sauce


 Finally made it..   ..after a disaster....souffle attempt!! Hip Hip Hurray...

The word souffle was first introduced to me in a tele program by Gordon Ramsay.. and it was fresh from the Oven..It was Ages ago... But after serious googling.. I found hot and cold versions....
I havc tried the vegetarian cold version of souffle.. and it was a disaster.. I  served mango souffle  for dessert to my guests.Used China grass as a gelatine substitute... they did appreciate.. But my dear H softly promted.. U can do lot more better....
Well Not the one I made yesterday... This was just beautiful and divine ....It was very well received by my lovely critic..



Serves : 4
Preparation Time :30 Min
Cooking Time: 20 Min


INGREDIENTS:

For the Souffle:

Dark Chocolate50gm
Plain Chocolate50gm
Eggs2 Nos separated
Caster Sugar 1/2 Cup
Unsalted Butter25gm

For the Sauce:

Orange rind 1 Tsp
Orange juice Out of 2 medium oranges
Sugar2 Tsp
Cinamon powder1 tsp
Crushed Cinamon  1 pinch
Cornflour  1 Tsp



DIRECTIONS:

  • Preheat the Oven to 200 C and butter the ramekins. I have 2 of them so repeated the souffle in 2 batches.
  • Break the chocolate into pieces and place them along with butter in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave it until melted. 
  • Wisk the egg white until we get a stiff peak . Add the sugar and do a gentle whisk. 
  • Whisk in the yolk and the melted chocolate mixture and give a good mix.
  • Fill in the ramekins just below the brim  and bake for roughly 15- 20 minutes. Rougly check at about 15 minutes that they are firm at center.

For Sauce Preparation:
  • Grate Orange skin onto a cheese grater and obtain the orange rind. 
  • Add half the orange juice onto a pan over the stove .Once it begins to boil ,add in sugar and give a good stir. Stir in Cornflour with the remaining orange juice and allow it to boil again.Drop in Cardamon and Cinamon  powders and mix well.


For Assembling:
  • When ready, remove the ramekins from the oven and serve hot, cracking the top of each one and pouring over the sauce.

VERDICT:
Blissful chocolate blends extremely well with Tangy Sweet yet aromatic sauce. Souffle tastes heavenly with the sauce... instead of its own self.

 Source : Tesco Recipes with alterations

Cheers

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