Hannah’s Souffle

About the Name:

This is named for Hannah Gruen, I haven’t learned anything else about her since the last recipe named after her.  The only thing I can think of to mention is that she is often stylized as “Mrs. Gruen”  But there is no mention of a Mr. Gruen.  This might actually be a holdover from the victorian era.  In the past, women who were in charge of the household, such as the head cook, were given a title of honor, such as “Mrs.” regardless of their actual marital status.

About The Recipe:

This is a cheese souffle.

Taste:  

It tastes good, like a very fluffy omelet.

Ease of Preparation: 

Fairly easy, but it calls for ‘grated’ cheese.  I used shredded and it didn’t mix in as well.  Also, I left it in the oven 15 more minutes than the instructions said, and it still felt a little under done.

Clarity of instructions:

From reading the text, it appears to be easy, but I feel like it could have used more instruction on the cooking time or advice about how the cheese should mix in.

Presentation:

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Conclusions:

Not the worst, but unless you are good at making souffles, save yourself the cooking time and just make a cheese omelet.

Verdict: 4/10

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