4 Ratings
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  • 1 Rating Star 1
  • 4 Rating Star 1

If you love garlic this is the recipe for you!! This is great for a brunch or unusual side dish.

Kimber
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 1 1/2 quart baking dish.

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  • Melt butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. Stir in celery soup, milk, salt and pepper. Heat, stirring, until smooth. Slowly stir in cheese and lemon juice, mixing well.

  • Remove from heat and stir in eggs and garlic. Mix well and pour into prepared dish.

  • Bake in preheated oven for 50 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

336.61 calories; 15.41 g protein; 12.91 g carbohydrates; 25.43 g fat; 160.11 mg cholesterol; 1302.19 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


Reviews (4)

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Most helpful positive review

08/29/2002
I think this recipe would be better with less salt. I found it almost to salty to eat
(2)

Most helpful critical review

11/25/2003
While salty I didn't have a problem with that. My problem was using the condenced soup as a short cut there is no brand specification which can lead this recipe well astray from it's intent. Also I don't believe a real souffle can make up for the lack of real skill going into it with a condenced soup as a replacement for eggs and cream. I also seriously suggest adding another spice or veggie into this recipe to lighten it a bit. How about some dry mustard or paprika? Also some shallots and/or minced onions added to the butter to saute fits well. Also about 1 cup sifted flour to this mixture helps firm and set up the souffle and add a slight crust.
(2)
4 Ratings
  • 2 Rating Star 2
  • 1 Rating Star 1
  • 4 Rating Star 1
08/29/2002
I think this recipe would be better with less salt. I found it almost to salty to eat
(2)
08/29/2002
1.5tsp is WAY too much salt for this recipe at least with British condensed soup and British cheddar cheese. MAYbe.5tsp... but this was inedible.
(2)
11/25/2003
While salty I didn't have a problem with that. My problem was using the condenced soup as a short cut there is no brand specification which can lead this recipe well astray from it's intent. Also I don't believe a real souffle can make up for the lack of real skill going into it with a condenced soup as a replacement for eggs and cream. I also seriously suggest adding another spice or veggie into this recipe to lighten it a bit. How about some dry mustard or paprika? Also some shallots and/or minced onions added to the butter to saute fits well. Also about 1 cup sifted flour to this mixture helps firm and set up the souffle and add a slight crust.
(2)
11/19/2015
We altered the salt as suggested but after an hour it was still runny and not set. Will not make again.