Contrary to popular belief, souffles are not very difficult, as long as you respect the laws of physics! I hope you give this recipe a try, and also experiment with other vegetables. Broccoli, artichokes, leeks, spinach or any other edible plant you can puree should work with the same basic procedure.
This was really easy!! Yay!! I was nervous because this was my first souffle. I doubled the recipe with the exception of the eggs. (I only used one extra because I ran out. It still worked.) The only thing I would add is more asparagus than called for. I will most definitely cook this again. - 09 May 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This is delicious! I modified it as follows: instead of adding the pinch of cayenne, i added two teaspoons of hot curry powder and i used a whole clove of garlic.... the flavor was incredible and will def make it again! - 07 Sep 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
My friend made this for Xmas dinner last night. It was delicious!! The texture is really light and a nice compliment to the heavy meat also we had. She served with red beets and the colors were beautifully festive!! The left overs i got to take home are still delicious. I'm going to try to make this at home. Thank you!! - 24 Dec 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)