Tuesday October 20, 2020

Tried and tasted

One of the nicest desserts I've eaten in some time was served up by Richard Corrigan at a dinner to mark the start of the Winterval festival in Waterford.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
23rd December, 2012
Christmas pudding soufflé by Richard Corrigan.

Festive soufflés

One of the nicest desserts I've eaten in some time was served up by Richard Corrigan at a dinner to mark the start of the highly successful Winterval festival in Waterford.

His Christmas pudding soufflé would make a gorgeous addition to any festive menus you're planning over the next couple of weeks - if you haven't made your own pudding, it's worth investing in a good one for this recipe.

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