Date and Nut Souffle
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Date and Nut Souffle Recipe
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- 1 cup chopped dates
- 1 cup of chopped nuts
- 4 T. flour sifted with 1 leval baking powder
- 2 egg yolks beaten with ½ cup sugar
- 2 egg whites beaten stiff.
- Pinch of salt
- ½ t. almond extract [or 1 t. vanilla]
- Put nuts and dates together and sprinkle with the flour [& salt.]
- Beat yolks and sugar combine with dates and nuts add egg whites and almond ext. last.
- Bake in a shallow baking dish well buttered, and sitting in pan of hot water and have oven as for a custard.
Lemon Sauce for above.
- Melt and blend together 3 T. each of butter and flour letting them simmer for ten minutes over a pin point flame.
- Add ⅓ cup sugar, juice of 2 lemons, grated rind of one, about 1½ cup of water, hot water.
- Stir until sauce boils and clears and serve over pudding.
- Pecans can be used instead of walnuts.