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Passionfruit Souffle

Of all the different types of souffles that exist, this recipe is Neil's favourite.

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Sparkling Whites, Pinot Gris and Dessert Wines are the best wines to pair with Passionfruit Souffle.

 
 

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Posted by Wong • 38w ago • Report
Quick and easy! No failed guaranteed! Never too sweet!!my oven only heat from bottom, still rise well with lovely brown on top!
Posted by • 5y ago • Report
i had this souffle at rockpool and it was absolutely devine!!!!! i will definitely be attempting this recipe.
Posted by RC71 • 4y ago • Report
This is my first time, yes thats me souffle virgin. Doubled the ingredients to (supposedly) make 2 serves, which made 4 serves so hubby had to eat two desserts. He wasn't complaining. I agree I think the oven temp. is a little high, either that or I had it in a touch too long, but other than that they turned out great.
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
Tried this recipe tonight, I wish I had read the comments beforehand. The recipe makes far more than one, I was wanting five and got enough for fifteen. Mine were also too brown on top even on the bottom shelf. Nice flavour though.
Posted by AM113 • 5y ago • Report
Definitely takes the mystique and 'only for the professionals' out of souffle making, I changed the passion fruit for lemon and they were to die for
Posted by TM136 • 5y ago • Report
Fantastic recipe
Posted by Bojana • 6y ago • Report
Excellent, I'll be trying this recipe very soon.
Posted by Jaynestel • 6y ago • Report
I have always wanted a really good Souffle recipe and this one fits the bill perfectly.