An Astounding Spinach and Blue Cheese Soufflé-omelette

Every now and then I love to try and astound The Chief Taster. This is becoming more and more difficult as my repertoire grows, but it doesn’t stop me trying.

The concept for this dish is a soufflé which thinks it’s an omelette…or maybe the other way around. Perhaps I should call this ‘confused egg dish’, but that name doesn’t really do justice to a confection which really did succeed in astounding…..It’s the best of all worlds!

Because it’s puffed up, due to the beaten egg whites, it’s very filling. If you serve with crusty bread, a salad (I think radicchio goes very well) and some salami, it makes a hearty lunch for three. But it’s not really worth making a lesser quantity, unless you have a slightly smaller frying pan.

Spread over some hard cheese shavings just before putting under the grill.
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