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Soufflé Glacé au Grand Marnier [Moved from France board]


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Soufflé Glacé au Grand Marnier [Moved from France board]

Dodo | Dec 4, 2006 10:01 AM

Here's my personal recipe for Soufflé Glacé au Grand Marnier

Very easy to make, BTW. It's usually the dessert on Xmas Eve dinner.

50 gr butter (room temperature)
4 egg yolks
5 table spoons icing sugar
5 table spoons Grand Marnier (or Cointreau)
200 ml cream
4 egg whites

3 bowls

Take the largest bowl. Put butter, egg yolks and icing sugar. Mix until it's a creamy mass.
Incorporate Grand Marnier.
Beat well the cream in a smaller bowl and incorporate into the mass.
Finally, incorporate (without beating!) the well beaten egg whites.
Put into a recipient or small soufflé forms and let freeze for several hours.
To serve and depending on the way you froze the mass, either use an ice-cream portioner and make scoops or overthrow the 'cake' onto a serving plate and put dark non-sugared chocolate powder over it.
Makes about 6-8 servings. You can serve some peeled orange filets with it.

Et voilà.

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