How to Make Air Fryer Goat Cheese Souffles
These little souffles are great as a first course/appetizer or as a light lunch atop salads. Using the food processor as well as the air fryer means the souffles come together in minutes with no separate whipping and folding of egg whites. In other words, the souffles are simple to make. I use a mixture of parsley and dill in the souffles, but you can very the herbs to suit your taste. Maybe try a mixture of chives, oregano, basil, dill, and parsley if you want to increase the profile of the herbs. The souffles will puff up as you bake them, and you'll need to watch them to ensure that they don't brown too much. Just decrease the temperature on your air fryer by about 50 degrees if the souffles seem to be browning too much. When you pull the souffles from the air fryer, they will be quite high and puffed. They'll deflate fast but will taste great, regardless. The souffles will be creamy, tangy, and light--just the thing for a special dinner or lunch. Enjoy!