Revol soufflés dishes are similar to ramekins but they will guarantee the prefect soufflé because preparation will rise without any specific effort. A soufflé should rise at least one time as high as the container’s high.
Porcelain is the best material you kind find when it comes to baking dishes and soufflés dishes specifically. They are perfectly flat, nonstick and they hold the heat evenly so that every baking preparation will be cooked to perfection.
Available in 3 narrow and tall sizes and 1 shallow size, the soufflés dishes can be used for Mac and Cheese, creams, preparation and sauces. They are chip resistant and can obviously go in the oven and microwave.
They are also dishwasher safe. Revol has been making porcelain for more than 2 centuries now and soufflés dishes are probably among the products that have been produced from the beginning!
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Bake, serve, prepare small preparations, condiments, sauces, desserts, small bites.
French Classics collection includes all the basics for French cooking (like ramekins, lion-head soup bowls, eared dishes) but also everyday essentials dinnerware (white dinner plates, bowls and mugs) as well as some baking essentials (roasting dishes, poultry dishes) and cruets.
HIGH PERFORMING: porcelain classics are sturdy, resistant to thermal and mechanical shock
OVEN TO TABLE: line for baking (oven and microwave up to 572 degrees) and serving purposes
EASY CARE: extremely easy to clean, dishwasher safe
MULTIPLE USE: basics for baking, serving, preparing or presenting any type of preparation
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