How are you? It's been sometime right….I was a bit busy over the past few days. Now I'm getting back to my usual lazy routine ;)
About this recipe….let me tell you something, I always associated the word “souffle” with sweet puddings. Pineapple souffle is one of the dessert that makes a frequent appearance in party menu back home. When I saw this recipe in AWW ( I'm a big fan of their recipes) I was a bit curious to find out how it tastes like. I've never tasted a savoury souffle before. I looked at the recipe and it was an easy one. The only ingredient that I didnt have at home was tomato paste, rest is the normal everyday stuff that I use.
So one of those days when I wasnt in a mood to make choru (rice) n curry, I decided to experiment. I was pretty sure that Jose will like it, because he is a fan of anything that has eggs n cheese. But let me be honest, when I gave this to Jose initially, I had to assure him ‘n' number of times that it tastes nice. Towards the end he was complaining that I didnt make enough, now how's that :)??
If you have all the ingredients ready, then it takes no time to whip this up. We had it as a main meal with some toasted garlic bread. It was a welcome change from our usual Kerala lunch menu….