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Fill four small ramequins with the mixture and refrigerate overnight.
~GUERNSEY CHEESE SOUFFLE~ -- Pin a narrow folded paper thoroughly buttered on the inside, around six or eight ramequins and butter the ramequins thoroughly.
Mix well and bake in a buttered casserole or ramequins for forty minutes.
Put the mixture into the ramequins letting it come up to the paper or nearly to the top of the dishes.
Remove the buttered paper, set the ramequins in place and serve at once.
Set the ramequins on many folds of paper in a dish, pour in boiling water to half fill, and let bake in a moderate oven until the mixture is well puffed up and firm to the touch.
Divide between 4 ramequins and place them on a baking sheet as the fruits are most likely to release their juice, causing a spill.
I had a lovely starter called Hors d’oeuvre – an assortment of dozens of ramequins: haricots, marinated red peppers, garlic beetroots, herring, couscous, Puy lentil salad, sardines… My favourites being: the delicious boudin noir black pudding, the saffron rice and the tian de légumes.
Blore, cheese ramequins, and a nice wine — and coffee.”
Maid in Waiting 2004