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Don’t be fooled into thinking all soufflés are fussy affairs only for experienced cooks. This simple version uses whole eggs and grits to lend texture without being dense. It’s sure to impress dinner guests, and is a perfect mate for a pot roast or a simple green salad.
What to buy: Dry Jack has been aged for about 10 months, giving it a nutty, sharp flavor. If you can’t find it, you can substitute aged cheddar, aged Gouda, or aged Manchego.
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