an extremely light, whipped egg recipe, sweet or savory. served with a raised top.
(soo-flay). Literally, puffed up. As generally understood, it is a spongy mixture made light with eggs and baked, the foundation of which may be meat, fish, cheese, vegetables, or fruit.
Souffle, in medical terminology, can refer to a sound heard on auscultation of the gravid female. A souffle is a vascular or cardiac murmur with a blowing quality. Funic souffle (also known as funicular or fetal souffle), is a blowing sound heard in synch with fetal heart sounds, and may originate from the umbilical cord. Mamm...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Souffle_(heart_sound)
(Spanish) souffléFound on http://www.gomadrid.com/dict/s.shtml
- light fluffy dish of egg yolks and stiffly beaten egg whites mixed with e.g. cheese or fish or fruitFound on http://www.webdictionary.co.uk/definition.php?query=souffle
[ French] (Medicine)
A murmuring or blowing sound; as, the uterine souffle
heard over the pregnant uterus. Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/S/149
[ French, from soufflé
, past participle of souffler
to puff.] 1. (Ceramics)
Decorated with very small drops or sprinkles of color, as if blown from a bellows. 2. (Cookery)
Often Soufflée Filled with air by beatin...
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A side dish served hot from the oven at dinner, made of eggs, milk, and flour or other farinaceous substance, beaten till very light, and flavored with fruits, liquors, or essence. ... Origin: F, fr. Souffle, p.p. Of souffler to puff. ... <medicine> A murmuring or blowing sound; as, the uterine souffle heard over the pregnant uterus. ... Orig...
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noun light fluffy dish of egg yolks and stiffly beaten egg whites mixed with e.g. cheese or fish or fruit
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(soo´fәl) a soft, blowing auscultatory sound. cardiac souffle any heart murmur of a blowing quality. funic souffle , funicular souffle a hissing souffle synchronous with fetal heart sounds, probably from the umbilical cord. ...
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• (a.) Decorated with very small drops or sprinkles of color, as if blown from a bellows. • (n.) A side dish served hot from the oven at dinner, made of eggs, milk, and flour or other farinaceous substance, beaten till very light, and flavored with fruits, liquors, or essence. • (n.) A murmuring or blowing sound; as, the uterine souf...
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A souffle is a light, airy dish, either sweet or savoury, baked or steamed, the essential ingredient of which is egg white stiffly beaten to a froth. A souffle must be served immediately the heat has caused it to rise, otherwise it will sink and become heavy.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sū′fĕl Definitions: 1. A soft blowing sound heard on auscultation.
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(soo-FLAY) - Souffle is taken from the French word "souffler" meaning to "blow or puff up." It is a light, foamy concoction made from egg whites, which are folded into a sauce of egg yolks, milk, and sometimes flour. The air beaten into the egg whites expands in the heat of the oven, making the soufflé light and puffy. They are...
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light, mixture of puréed ingredients, egg yolks, and whipped egg whites, which puffs up when baked; sweet or savory, hot or cold.
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A soufflé (lang) is a lightly baked cake made with egg yolks and beaten egg whites combined with various other ingredients and served as a savory main dish or sweetened as a dessert. The word soufflé is the past participle of the French verb souffler which means `to blow up` or more loosely `puff up`—an apt description of what happens to t...
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light sweet or savory mixture, served hot or cold
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