This recipe makes 2 or 3 souffles in 9cm (ish) diameter ramekins
Pre-heat the oven to 200˚c
Butter your ramekins, sprinkle them with sugar all around and pop them in the freezer
To make your raspberry sauce (coulis?!), add half the sugar and all the raspberries to a hot pan and heat for a 2 -3 minutes with a big squeeze of lemon juice
Once you have heated the sauce through and the raspberries have broken down a bit, push the whole lot through a sieve into a bowl (to remove the seeds). Add your cornflour (to thicken it) – stir – and set aside
In a new bowl, whisk your egg whites, gradually adding the rest of the sugar. Whisk until you get soft white peaks (ie when turned upside down in bowl, meringue mixture doesn’t fall out!)
Add a good squeeze of lemon juice to the meringue mixture (this is important apparently – am not sure why though)
Now mix a third of the egg white mixture into the raspberry coulis
Fold the rest in very gently until mixed (ish, you can have a slightly marbly effect)
Divide between 2 or 3 ramekins
Smooth off the top of each one with a knife
Loosen the top edge around the ramekin with a knife
Pop in the oven on a baking tray for 10 minutes
Sprinkle with Icing Sugar and eat really quickly!
I think this is a Paul Heathcote recipe found on the BBC website… The bit of paper has drips of raspberry on it so can’t be sure!