Savory and Sweet Soufflés — Meatless Monday

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With a slight puff and a golden, crispy crust, Food Network Magazine’s Grits-and-Cheese Soufflés (pictured above) are unquestionably impressive, but quickly prepared in just 40 minutes using everyday ingredients. Ensure that your soufflés rise properly by beating the egg whites until you see medium peaks and incorporating them slowly into the grits-corn-cheese batter — the air inside will puff them up as they bake and yield light, soft results.

A special after-dinner treat, Sandra’s sweet Lime Souffle features zesty lime curd and creamy vanilla pudding. Each dessert is baked in an individual-sized ramekin, so serving becomes a cinch and guests can enjoy their own pre-portioned dish.

Meatless Monday , an international movement, encourages people everywhere to cut meat one day a week for personal and planetary health. Browse more Meatless Monday recipes.

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