The potato and Jerusalem artichoke soufflé are vegetable pies cooked in the oven and excellent to serve during a dinner, also suitable for those who follow a gluten-free diet.
In today’s recipe we are going to make delicious potato and Jerusalem artichoke soufflé, refined appetizers, ideal to be enjoyed as an appetizer during a dinner with friends. Soufflés are a typical dish of French cuisine , which is made in both a sweet and savory version.
Today we will prepare a classic potato soufflé, which we will enrich with Jerusalem artichokes, whose taste goes perfectly with the ingredients of this recipe. Try making this 100% gluten free dish: the result is guaranteed!
Preparation of gluten-free vegetable soufflé
- First, take the potatoes and boil them in salted boiling water for about 10 minutes.
- Once they have softened, let them cool, and in the meantime cook the Jerusalem artichokes in a pan with extra virgin olive oil and chopped shallots.
- Once the potatoes are warm, remove the skin and mash them in a bowl with a fork.
- When the Jerusalem artichokes are cooked, blend them with a blender and add them to the potatoes.
- Let’s now pass to the preparation of the roux: mix the butter with the corn flour and cook the mixture in a saucepan, adding a glass of milk, salt and a pinch of pepper.
- Continue to cook until the sauce has thickened, at which point add everything to the potatoes and Jerusalem artichokes.
- Mix the ingredients until the flavors are well blended together and add three tablespoons of grated cheese and egg yolks.
- Take the egg whites and whisk them until stiff adding just a pinch of salt, and once they are frothy , add them to the rest.
- At this point we move on to cooking the soufflé. Grease and flour bowls or single-portion molds and fill them 3/4 of the way with the dough.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 180 ° C for about 30 minutes, waiting for the soufflés to swell and form a golden crust.
- Let it rest before serving, and enjoy your meal!
And if you liked them, try our soufflé soufflé fridge , you won’t be able to resist it!
Unfortunately, this easy and tasty appetizer cannot be preserved. It should be consumed at the moment otherwise it will deflate and become much less palatable. We do not recommend freezing in the freezer.
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