Grand Marnier Soufflé Recipe (2024)

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Jackson Symes

Can the final mixture sit in the dishes during the main course and then baked off and served? If so, at what temperature should it be kept?

Robert

The main thing about souffles is you want to gently fold them in step 5, then the air that will expand when cooked and make the souffle rise is trapped in the layers in the dish.

At that point you can set it in the refrigerator, and leave the oven going during dinner, then put it in for the cooking. It just may take an extra minute or two because it's colder from the refrigerator.

Serve immediately. They will deflate over time as that heated air is released.

Wendy M

Divided recipe to make one-worked perfectly! Loved the idea of using a spoon to put in some more grand Mariner at the table. Treat yourself even if eating a solo meal.

barb

The sugar on the inside walls of the ramekin allows the egg to climb in the oven. Do not omit. And chill buttered/sugared ramekin before adding mixture, otherwise it melts into the soufflé itself. If you wish to reduce sugar, subtract from the egg white.

Liesl

Made this exactly like the recipe said to, and it came out absolutely perfectly. Topped with creme anglaise made with half vanilla half grand marnier and it was delicious. Made it for Mother’s Day and mom gave it “6 stars out of 5”!

Mike Ferrari

At the table, insert a spoon into the soufflé and add a bit of Grande Marnier. If you're going to be festive, go all the way!

Geoff Last

Easy to make and quite good although the orange component was very subtle, next time I would add a little more zest and GM.

Claudia

I actually don't think you can allow the mixture to sit before baking. I think the batter will deflate. I'd try to prep it up to Step 3 before you're ready to bake it, but not further. Hope that helps.

Ms Nina G

This came out wonderfully. Delicate orange flavor with the Grand Marnier - just fantastic. Very easy to make - I halved the recipe to make in to two individual ramekins and had extra leftover. We followed the comments and split open the souffles adding creme anglaise (melted vanilla ice cream) and my boyfriend added Grand Marnier and the creme anglaise and loved it. Said it was restaurant quality and loved it.

Katie P

I followed the recipe exactly. It was perfect. I made a small slit in top of each soufflé served it with creme anglaise.

Nina

Rub the orange peel with the sugar that is added to the egg yolks and let stand covered in an air tight container until you’re ready to mix the soufflé ingredients. Bake for 10 min, turning the convection feature for the last 3 min.

Sue W

I have made these three times and always perfect! The last two times I prepped to Step 3 then resumed after the main course was finished and cleared. Doubled the recipe as well. And topped with an easy crème anglaise that I googled!

Dianne

I made this for the first time on Jan 1. It came out beautifully. I think the eggs need to be at room temperature; at least that's what my mother in law always told me. The poofiness lasts about 2-4 minutes then it's still good but it does start to shrink down, but best served immediately after pulling it out of the oven. I baked in same sized ramikens on a baking sheet. Thanks for the great recipe.

Peter

Creme anglaise is the perfect accompaniment - make a little hole with a spoon in the top of the warm souffle, pour some in and voila!

John Krinsky

I remember the whole thing differently. I worked at La Cote Basque in the late 1980s and remember Frankie (I think that was his name) making the souffles in the back out of a huge amount of pastry cream. The cream was mixed with Gran Torres or chocolate, according to the order, and then the egg whites were folded in. Frankie would then decorate them with chocolate designs. They were cooked in a convection oven. I think the Grand Marnier (Torres) one was served with a raspberry sauce.

Raj brandston

Great recipe for a omelette soufflé

Janette

I made this just this morning and was disappointed. . .I thought I followed the recipe to a tee, but evidently not. The souffles were unexpectedly heavy and the tops browned too fast, even with only 11 minutes cooking. The flavor was excellent, so I'll give it another shot.

Craig W

Will back off on the sugar just a tad (next time I make it). Creme Anglaise puts it over the top!

Sue W

I have made these three times and always perfect! The last two times I prepped to Step 3 then resumed after the main course was finished and cleared. Doubled the recipe as well. And topped with an easy crème anglaise that I googled!

DD

I don't even dare start...have never seen a souffle recipe without milk/cream...really?

ARK

This didn't go well for me at all. Even after reducing the sugar, it was much too sweet. The sugar stayed grainy despite mixing it. I used a timer for the baking time, but it still came out severely overcooked, and it collapsed right out of the oven. The remains after it collapsed were rubbery and unappetizing. I'll try a different recipe next time, and try to learn when to pull a souffle out of the oven instead of timing it.

Elissa Hyman

Did anyone else have any trouble with the zest being too gritty? Maybe I put too much in one of the soufflés causing it not cook in the middle and become gritty.

ce

Use the four smaller soufflé cups. Fold all liquid into semi stiff peaks. Not stiff peaks. Easy vi liked a lot.

Liza Trey

Wow, delicious. I made it for Christmas dinner 2020. Have to end this year on a soufflé' note. It was perfect. Since I was the chef of the day, I separated the eggs, buttered & sugared the ramekins and placed everything in the refrigerator while having dinner. Once dinner was finished, my sister clear the plates and I made the rest of the soufflé's. I placed in the hot oven for 10 min. and they were PERFECT. 250 calories never tasted so good. Merry Christmas.

Nina

Rub the orange peel with the sugar that is added to the egg yolks and let stand covered in an air tight container until you’re ready to mix the soufflé ingredients. Bake for 10 min, turning the convection feature for the last 3 min.

Barbara

The main thing about souffles is you want to gently fold them in step 5, then the air that will expand when cooked and make the souffle rise is trapped in the layers in the dish.At that point you can set it in the refrigerator, and leave the oven going during dinner, then put it in for the cooking. It just may take an extra minute or two because it's colder from the refrigerator.Serve immediately. They will deflate over time as that heated air is released.

Becca R

Make certain all ingredients are at room temperature. A small amount of cream of tartar can help strengthen egg whites.

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