Millet And Apple Soufflé

 
Millet and apple soufflé

So they need a hearty breakfast to ensure they have enough energy for a 4-or-5-hour walk in the forest. Fruits and cereals are excellent sources of endurance energy! We therefore make sure our breakfast buffet contains plenty of them, in breads, pastries and these individual millet soufflés and in our marmelades, jams and fresh fruit straight from our garden. Everything is home-made or made by local artisans! These millet soufflés can be served for breakfast or desser. (Cécile Voisin)

Fruits and cereals are excellent sources of endurance energy!

Ingredients for 6 people

11 tablespoons millet grains (available at healthfood shops)- 500ml milk - 600g apples - 10 level tablespoons cane sugar - 1 egg yolk and 1 or 2 egg whites

Method

Cook the millet in the milk for around 20 minutes. Peel and grate the apples and mix them with the sugar and the egg yolk. Add the millet and mix well. Whisk the egg white until stiff and gently fold it into the mixture. Pour the mixture into a well-buttered gratin dish and bake for 30 minutes in a moderate oven. Serve warm or cold.

A recipe from
Lai l’Oiseau

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