Piccadilly Carrot Souffle
I made this for our Christmas Dinner last year and everyone loved it, including the children. They all thought it was sweet potatoes or yams. Now, this recipe is a copykat of Piccadilly Cafeteria's recipe.
If you wanted to switch up and put less sugar I am sure that you could, but again we indulged for the holiday and make it just as the recipe stated.
The souffle puffed up very high and was just beautiful; however, it came out of the oven before other dishes were done and so it lost it's elegant flair. Typically a souffle will only stay puffed up for about 10 minutes. Next time, I will make it to come out of oven right before we eat, so that we can admire the "souffle" part. lol
Hope you enjoy.
How to Make Piccadilly Carrot Souffle
- Add flour and mix well. Whip eggs and add to flour mixture, blend well. Add softened margarine to mixture and blend well.