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  • Papaya soufflé

Recept time 30 min.
Recept time 6
Recept time Oven

Have you ever dared to make a soufflé? Many people think that making a soufflé is really difficult. It isn't hard at all. The most important thing is to serve the soufflé quickly or it will collapse.


  • ½ EAT ME Formosa papaya
  • 1 EAT ME lime
  • 10 g EAT ME basil
  • 4 eggs
  • 100 g sugar
  • 1 tbsp. honey
  • 75 g flour
  • 20 g melted butter

Let's get to work

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 °C.
  2. Cut the Formosa papaya vertically in half. Remove the seeds with a spoon. Now cut the flesh into slices, or scoop it out.
  3. Use a stick mixer to puree the papaya.
  4. Cut the lime in half. Squeeze the juice from the fruit.
  5. Separate the egg whites from the two eggs and beat in a degreased bowl until stiff peaks form. Then set aside.
  6. Beat 2 eggs with sugar until foamy.
  7. Rinse the basil and cut into small strips.
  8. Add the basil, lemon juice and honey to the eggs.
  9. Mix the papaya puree into the egg mixture and then fold the egg whites into the mixture. When it is mixed thoroughly fold in the flour.
  10. Grease the ramekins with butter.
  11. Pour the batter into the ramekins until they are ¾ part full.
  12. Bake the soufflé in the oven for about 15 to 20 minutes.
  13. Serve immediately. Great with whipped cream and strips of basil.

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Mangosteen panna cotta
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Kiwi cheesecake
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