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In film, she received critical acclaim for her performance as Mozelle Batiste-Delacroix in Eve's Bayou (1997).
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Bake for about 15-17 mins (for a large soufflé), 10-12 mins (medium) or 8-10 mins (small), until well risen but still creamy in the centre.
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Their fame spread, attracting celebrities – Helena Bonham Carter, Gérard Depardieu and Catherine Deneuve are regulars – and Michelle Obama insisted on learning how to cook a soufflé with Gérard Idoux in the restaurant kitchen. “It gives a better texture,” she insisted, as she heated the flavoured mixture in a flimsy stainless-steel bowl she had propped directly over the gas flame. Finally, the most sacred soufflé sanction – the delicate mixing of the beaten egg whites with the base, so as not too lose any of that precious air. Gérard poured wine, and we ate, creamy airy perfection – quickly.
Not one to let America’s First Lady steal a march on me, I met up with twinkly eyed Gérard and the glamorous Estelle at a temporary kitchen in London to learn the secret to a reliable soufflé. Cookery school and years of scouring recipe books have indoctrinated me with strict soufflé rules, the first of which is that the base is that cornerstone of French cuisine, the béchamel sauce, to be made with flour, milk – and butter. Gérard entrusted this job to me, and I dutifully started folding in the elegant figure-of-eight fashion I mastered at cookery school. One rule that stands true is that, like any diva worth the name, soufflés won’t wait.
Put it in a blender with the fish soup and whizz to a smooth purée. Take the saucepan off the heat and beat in the egg yolks one by one. Up to this point the process can be done earlier in the day or even the day before.
Recipe (adapted from Estelle Idoux’s) Savoury béchamel soufflé base 75g/scant 3oz margarine (or butter) 75g/scant 3oz plain flour 500ml/18fl oz warm milk Melt the margarine in a saucepan.