Souffles are often made with dark chocolate -- but Martha loves using excellent-quality milk chocolate instead. It gives the dessert a creaminess and flavor that are almost reminiscent of hot chocolate.
This savory-sweet Moroccan pie is traditionally made with chicken or pigeon, but we chose turkey instead. Here it's cooked with fragrant ginger, saffron and turmeric before being wrapped in phyllo dough alongside sweetened almonds and eggs whisked with cilantro and parsley.
The great thing about stuffing is that it's almost impossible to mess up: A little more of this or less of that won't affect your results too much. The one
thing you want to have just the right amount of is liquid, to keep the stuffing moist but not soggy.
Passion fruit puree simplifies the process of preparing this souffle, but the addition of fresh pulp just before serving adds a bright, crisp-crackly crunch unique to the seeds of this resplendent tropical fruit. Martha made this recipe on episode 509 of Martha Bakes.