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Hot Chocolate Soufflé
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The word soufflé means 'to puff up' in French, and a well-cooked example is a triumph of taste and pleasure over gravity. Eaten hot, it seems especially decadent. If you want a perfect chocolate puff with a mousse-like texture, try this recipe from Darren Purchese, executive pastry chef at The Bentley Hotel in London.
Serve hot with cream or ice cream.
This recipe was first published in September 2004.