Virtual Cities Presents The Internet Cookbook
with 6,000 recipes from Innkeepers, Chefs, Culinary Professionals and Gourmet Lovers

Virtual Cities Home .. 1st Travelers Choice Lodging Directory .. Internet Cookbook with over 5000 recipes online .. Dude Ranch Directory .. Recreation.. fun and games .. Recreation.. Airfair, car rentals and more .. Inns and vacation property for sale .. how to join

The Internet Cookbook has lots of Souffle Recipes
Souffle - Crab Souffle, Salmon Souffle, Dijon Souffle, Southwest Souffle, & Basic Souffle


{short description of image}
Back to
Internet Cookbook Index

Basic Souffle
Honeyed Breakfast Souffle from Beaver Lake Bed & Breakfast, Eureka Springs, AR
Sour Cream Soufflé from The Log House & Homestead, Vergas, MN
Belle du Mer Souffle from Chalet Suzanne Inn and Restaurant, Lake Wales, FL
Dijon Souffle
Devilled Egg Souffle from The Lodge at Moosehead Lake, Greenville, ME
Crab Souffle
Crabby Brie Souffles from 1802 House Inn, Kennebunkport, ME
Inn on the Sound Crab Souffle from Inn on the Sound, Falmouth, MA
Salmon Souffle
Smoked Salmon Souffle Swan House South B&B, Seldovia, AK
Southwest / Mexican Flavor Souffles
Chili Souffle from Jeanette's B&B, Flagstaff, AZ
Green Chili Corn Souffle from Gotland's Inn, Cave Creek, AZ
Mild Green Chile/Cheese Souffle, from Old Yacht Club Inn, Santa Barbara, CA
Salsa Souffle from Fensalden Inn, Mendocino, CA
Tex-Mex Souffle from Biltmore Village Inn, Asheville, NC
Ham and Swiss Cheese Strata from Biltmore Village Inn, Asheville, NC

More Souffles

  • This Page: Souffles: Crab, Salmon, Dijon, Southwestern,
    & Basic Egg
  • Souffle: Bacon, Ham, Sausage
  • Souffle: Cheese & Egg
  • Fruit Souffles: Apple, Banana, Blueberry, Lemon, Orange, Peach, Pineapple, Strawberry
  • Vegetable Souffles: Artichoke, Asparagus, Corn, Green Chili, Grits, Mushrooms, Polenta, Potato, Spinach, Squash, Sweet Potato, Tomato, & Zucchini
  • What is Souffle:
    A soufflé (French: su.flã) is a light baked cake made with egg yolks and beaten egg whites combined with various other ingredients and served as an entre or sweetened as a dessert. The word soufflé is from the French verb souffler which means "to blow up" or "puff up" an apt description of what happens to this dish when baked.
photo of logo for 1st Traveler's Choice  Travel and Lodging Directory of Bed and Breakfast, Country Inns and Small Hotels Bed & Breakfast ... Vacation Rentals ... Dude Ranches ... Airline Tickets ... Car Rentals... Restaurant Guide ... Golf Vacations ... Pet Friendly Inns ... Children Welcome ... Internet Cookbook ... Wedding Sites ... Ski Vacations ...Entertainment ... Inns for Sale ... Go Fish! ... Getaways ... Lodging by Language ... Trade Show ... Virtual Cities all materials, concepts, contents and structure presented herein, is copyrighted © 1995 - and may not be used or republished without express written permission from Virtual Cities Inc.