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Chocolate souffle - The word souffle derives from the Fr... - Secret World

Francia

by Sofie Dequenne
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Overview

Chocolate souffle - The word souffle derives from the French word to 'breath' or 'puff', and it is an airy, baked egg dish with origins in early 18th-century France. Souffle is eaten savoury or sweet in France, and you\'ve likely found chocolate souffle on desert menus worldwide. The crispy chocolate crust with an oozing, creamy chocolate centre gives this desert a sweet suprise.