21 July 2014

Greek yogurt soufflé (with berry sauce)








My assignment this month for Secret recipe Club was Sthepy
from the Blog Dessert before dinner.
And I love her blog and recipes and was difficult think what recipe make. 
Finally I made this Greek yogurt souflee and was amazing.
I made a berry's sauce because I love the color but I m showing you the soufflé : delicious.

Thanks Sthepy by a lovely dessert all we loved here.
And bookmarked some recipes that I want make in future.


Secret Recipe Club





Ingredients
(6 ramekins)

1 cup plain greek yogurt
3 large egg yolks
3 egg whites
3 tablespoon all purpose flour
pinch of salt
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
1/2 cup of sugar
pinch cream of tarter


METHOD

Preheat oven to 180°c (375°)

Butter 6 ramekins and coat the insides with caster sugar.
Shake out and set on a baking sheet.
Mix together yogurt - egg yolks-flour-salt and vanilla.

In a separate bowl beat egg whites and cream of tarter until foamy. Add sugar and whisk until firm

but soft peaks form.

Fold the egg whites misture into the yogurt mixture 1/3 at a time.
Be sure to keep as much volume as possible.

Divide into ramekins and bake at 180°c for 15 minutes.
Do not open the oven to peak.

Serve inmediately thought they will taste like great light cheescake when cool as well.
If you want serve with berries sauce.

Berry's sauce

1 cup of blackberries
1 cup of raspberries (or other berries)
2 tablespoon of sugar
3 tablespoon of ice water
tablespoon of cornstarch

In a medium sauce pan to light heat put the berries and add the sugar.
Add 3 tablespoons of ice water and 1 tablespoon of cornstarch and stir well.
Stir until be thick and let cool .












EN ESPAÑOL
Souffle de yogurt griego
(con salsa de berries) 


















98 comments:

  1. che proposta golosa :) e fa anche una bellissima figura in monoporzione
    un bacio, buona settimana

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  2. Mi piace la sofficità del soufflè in generale..ancora di più se realizzato con i frutti di bosco!! bellissima ricetta;))
    Bacio;))

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  3. this is such a new recipe for us....never though Greek yogurt could be used for making souffle...an outstanding dish especially with such a beautiful color from mixed berries,thanks for sharing this recipe :-)

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    1. Thanks Kumars , is a delicious recipe and for this I love Stephy blog!

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  4. It looks delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. Droolworthy and totalyl irresistible! A great summer soufflé.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  6. Love these with greek yogurt. And at this time of year they are perfect. Love that berry sauce on top. Brava Gloria :-)

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  7. This looks absolutely amazing Gloria :)

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  8. Those berries are looking delicious! My son would love this. He's a big fan of Greek yogurt. Hugs to you and your family, Gloria!! xoxo

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    1. Thanks dear I hope you have a lovely holidays!!

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  9. Nice as you go Greek at your creek

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    1. Haha! Yes greek at my creek:)

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    2. Does her creek have a shore?
      Is there a beach at her door? ;)

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  10. What a beautiful dessert! I've never made a souffle!

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    1. Thanks Betsy! Make this Im sure you would love this how say Saphy when is cold is like a cheescake!

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  11. Het! I'm early... Hi there, Gloria Dear. I love berries..... so tell me.... were they delicious?

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    1. Thanks Blue:)
      Yes delicious and really light!!

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  12. This looks so light and fluffy and delicious!

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  13. Hi Gloria!
    Wow! What an interesting recipe you have shared today. I say that because although you always share deliciousness, I just happen to have fresh made yogurt in the fridge and I would just love to do something really special with it. (it came out so thick and yummy this time:) I am defintely saving this recipe so I can try it as soon as I get up enough courage. (I'm terrible at soufflés:) Thank you so much for sharing this recipe Gloria. I will of course top it with that yummy looking berry sauce:)

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    1. Thanks Louise I think you would love this soufflé really I love this recipe! yes sometimes Im afraid too but was perfect! xoxo

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  14. troppo goloso!! lo posso provare con i miei piccoli frutti (fragole, lamponi e more) un abbraccio SILVIA

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  15. Gloria, Pretty little dessert! My wife loves anything made with yogurt... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  16. I have not made soufflé in ages but these are definitely next on my list!

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  17. These souffles look so gorgeous, Gloria.

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  18. Looks so delicious, love the berry sauce

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  19. Certainement délicieux. J'adore.
    A bientôt

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  20. This looks so beautiful, Gloria. It's like a surprise! I bet it is mighty tasty too :)

    xo,
    Tammy<3

    P.S.
    I love the new header! ^_^

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    1. Thanks dear Tammy!
      I love too the header!

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  21. This looks fantastic! What a great summer dish!

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  22. I love this idea of a yogurt soufflé. Outstanding, Gloria!

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  23. Thank you for choosing this dish from my blog. It is one of my favorite recipes.

    Your berry sauce looks wonderful. I think I need to make this for dessert again this weekend.

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  24. That looks so light and frothy! Would love to try it.

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  25. This look beautiful, and I love that it was made mainly with Greek yogurt...I will definitely try this out.
    Have a wonderful week Gloria :D

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  26. Your berries always win me over, Gloria :) The yogurt souffle must be delicious covered in them.

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  27. I wish I had one of these for dessert tonight!

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  28. Looks delicious. Hope all is well.
    Blessings, Catherine

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  29. What a stunning dessert! So perfect for my next dinner party. Great SRC pick.

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  30. This looks so delicious! Light and fluffy and creamy all at the same time and the mixed berry sauce is the crowning glory.

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  31. This sounds so good--and perfect if you want a healthier dessert! I am going to have to pin it!

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  32. Looks good. We just started to make greek yogurt so this will be the perfect recipe to test it out with.

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  33. Yum! Looks delicious...no calories, right? :-)

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  34. That is so pretty, Gloria. And so unusual!

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  35. Ciao Gloria :) Amo i soufflé e questo è da provare assolutamente, deve essere buonissimo! Complimenti, un abbraccio! :) <3

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  36. o oh OH! So colourful - look at those berries! I have never heard of using Greek yoghurt in a soufflé - cool idea.

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    1. Thanks Suza is really light and delicious!

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  37. certainement succulent bravo
    bonne soirée

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  38. Your desserts are always great, Gloria! The berry sauce has to be delicious with it!

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    1. Thanks Pam! You know I love berries!

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  39. Love that blue plate AND. The luscious dessert....
    Great job Gloria!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  40. Wow, your souffles are PERFECT! And you know I am swooning over that beautiful berry topping! Wonderful SRC pick!

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    1. Thanks Lizzy I miss you in SRC send you love and hugs!

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  41. Great SRC pick and your pictures are gorgeous! Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  42. Looks like a home run dessert. Gloria.

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    1. Yes I think so! But would be careful with souffles to make and oven time.
      I like a lot this recipe:)

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  43. Hi Gloria,
    Lovely souffle! And I like the berry sauce too! Yummy!

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    1. Grazie Fede cara:))))
      Im happy you come back cara!

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  45. che dessert delizioso, un abbraccio Gloria !

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  46. it looks so sweet....mmmm very nice...golosiiiiii :P
    kisses :*

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  47. che bontà! grazie per la ricetta, buona serata, ciao Andrea

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  48. With those lovely berries it is the perfect summer dessert.

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  49. Que delicia Gloria!! , la salsa de berries que rica! Besos

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  50. Wow! These look incredible!

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  51. yum. again the berries speak to me...well my stomach...ha....
    i have not had much luck making souffle ...

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  52. Gosh Gloria - that looks really yummy
    . . . and I am trying to slim down and get nice and fit . . . and you keep giving me all this gorgeous food ~ Eddie :)

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  53. What a perfect looking dessert! These looks absolutely beautiful :)

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