Rolled Soufflé for a Crowd
Could this roulade be the perfect solution to the problem of what to serve company for brunch? Or were its proponents full of hot air?
Why This Recipe Works
An egg roulade (or rolled soufflé omelet) is a white sauce–based egg dish leavened with whipped egg whites and stuffed with spinach and cheese. We liked the fluffy appearance of thicker roulades, but they tended to be tough and dry. We found that using flour and Parmesan in our egg base offered structure without toughness. Rolling the roulade on the baking sheet with the aid of the parchment paper lining helped make a perfect roulade without tearing. While a project piece, this flavorful roulade makes for an elegant brunch.
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