This is a regular dessert I make when we have many guests, celebrations, or holidays that require a quick, tasty dessert that comes in a good quantity to be enough for everyone.
The chocolate does the job, we just help it melt on the sides and become liquid from the inside.
Easy to prepare and garners a sea of compliments.
Ingredients (makes about 20 soufflés in small cardboard cups)
2 bars of dark chocolate (200 grams)
A packet of naturina (200 grams), I have not tried with oil, there is a possibility that it has the same effect
2 packets of powdered sugar (200 grams)
3/4 cup white flour
Heat the oven to 180 degrees.
In a wide pot over low heat, melt the chocolate with the naturina.
When everything melts into one paste, add powdered sugar and stir with a wooden spoon (at this stage you can remove from the heat).
Add the flour and stir.
Then add an egg and stir until it is mixed, then another egg and stir like this one by one.
Finally, pour the batter into the small cardboard cups.
Now the secret is in the baking, every oven behaves differently. Basically, you need 10 minutes of baking, but because my cups are small, after 6 minutes it's ready.
The idea is that around the soufflé it is a little baked but in the middle it is still liquid.
Do not move from the oven! (to see that the souffle has risen a little, has baked on the sides and take it out)
If you were able to get your hands on the soufflé when it came out of the oven and before it's gone, you can store it in the fridge or freezer.
On Shabbat evening, heat it a little on the hot plate, the inside turns into hot chocolate and it's simply delicious!
You can serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, but even alone it steals the show.