Yield: Yields 6 soufflés
This fluffy, light-as-air soufflé tastes like spring, with the brightness of lemon and rhubarb. The compote tastes best when it is served at room temperature. For more soufflé tips, check out our 12 Secrets to Soufflé Success.
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This recipe is PHENOMENAL! We loved the flavors. I've never made souffle before, but the recipe is very well written.
It's definitely not a quick/easy recipe that you'd break out for dessert everyday... but it's definitely got mad potential for a fancy occasion! ;)
I used it with a different filling, and it is FABULOUS.
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