Zucchini & Sweet Corn Souffle
Total TimePrep: 40 min. + standing Bake: 45 min.
2 med ears of husked sweet corn? Could you be more vague..
What if you can't serve it immediately? Would it be okay warmed up?
I was looking for a recipe to use up summer squash from our garden when I came across this recipe. I halved the recipe and used yellow summer squash in place of zucchini and chives in place of green onions since this is what I had on hand. It was tasty and my son who does not like eggs ate it. I will be making it again!
The recipe sounded perfect for what I wanted to make for a Family get together. Then I read the reviews and was convinced. Especially the one by the bragging husband... LOL . My Family wasn't familiar with souffles and were skeptical then I told them about the Bragging Husband review and they were on board. It only took one bite for ALL of them to agree that this recipe is scrumptious. It's a bit time consuming but not hard. Follow the directions and you will succeed, and be very Happy you tried it !!!
This dish was delicious! I had problems getting the middle to cook completely but we enjoyed the cooked portions. My husband doesn't even like eggs but he went for seconds and thirds! Definitely worth another try to get the middle cooked to perfection.
Love this twist on a souffle. It helped me use up some extras from my garden. I will be making this again.
I absolutely loved the zucchini and cheese mixture in this recipe. I actually used white corn for a different taste.
This is great recipe. It took some time from start to finish (2 hours) but it was worth it.
A nice fresh taste of summer! I made this with my first zucchini of the season, and it was delicious. My tween son liked it, as did my husband and I. Boiling the corn was unnecessary--I just briefly sauteed it with the zucchini and saved a step.
Good as it comes! Wonderful souffle worth many repeats. Thanks for sharing.