Wood-fired Savoury Soufflé
Feeling fancy? How about trying a wood-fired savoury soufflé by @niklasekstedt? Light and fluffy, this dish is cooked to perfection in Dome.
For the soufflé:
3 Oz Egg Whites
6 Oz sugar (plus keep some sugar for the souffle bowls)
Cep Soufflé base (recipe below)
Drizzle of thyme oil
1.5 fl Oz whipping cream (whipped)
Cep Mushroom Mix Ingredients:
5 fl Oz milk,
0.3 Oz dried mushroom
0.5 Oz Meziana
1.3 Oz sugar
2 egg yolks
Place the egg whites and sugar into a mixer. Whip on a low speed until you have formed a solid creamy white foam.
Take the cep souffle base and add a spoon of the whipped egg white and fold in with a spatula to avoid knocking the air out.
Keep adding spoons of the whipped egg white and stir in carefully. Once fully combined, place into piping bags.
Brush the souffle bowls with room temperature butter and sugar, so you have a nice thin layer inside the bowl.
Pour the mixture into the bowl, scraping off any excess and using your thumb to create a ridge around the edge of the bowl.
Place the soufflé into the Dome at 392°F. Cook for 10-15 minutes. Make sure the top has risen.
Remove from the oven. Puncture a hole in the top of the souffle. Top with cloudberry jam, whipped cream, thyme oil and edible flowers. Enjoy.
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Niklas Ekstedt is a Swedish Michelin star chef with restaurants in London and Stockholm. He is a gastronomical legend and Master of Fine-dining, fused with live-fire cooking.