The Secret of Souffle
The beauty of a porcelain round soufflé dish lies in its versatility. Not only can you use it to master the art of souffle, but its stability and durability in heated environments make it ideal mini-baking pans for a variety of snacks and dishes.
The porcelain round soufflé dish is an aesthetic product, as well. That makes it perfect for serving your soufflé straight in the dish itself. Prop it on a heat-proof surface table-side and watch your guests’ faces light up!
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Does a soufflé dish have to be round?
A soufflé dish is traditionally round. The shape ensures the even heat distribution required for a tricky recipe like soufflé. Thankfully, this porcelain round soufflé dish is not only easy to use, but a breeze to clean. It’ll quickly become one of your favorite products, even if you don’t have much experience using it.
What is the best size soufflé dish?
Martha’s favorite soufflés are individually sized, as a pitch-perfect dessert or savory side dish for each dinner guest to dig into. The 3.5” diameter of these dishes is ideal for just that purpose: gorgeously elegant, they are just right for table-side consumption.
Because of their oven and microwave-proof design, you can bring the porcelain round soufflé dish straight from the heat to the table. With a dish like soufflé, which inflates visibly in the hot air of an oven and starts collapsing once it leaves the heat, you’ll be grateful to have this product at hand.
What is the best soufflé dish?
Martha Stewart only ever reaches for porcelain soufflé dishes. The original material for soufflé dishes, porcelain is sturdy, stable, safe, and easy to clean (especially because it’s dishwasher safe!).
When it comes to soufflé dishes, there’s no better product than this one! At least Martha thinks so. And who would disagree with her?
Can soufflé bowls go in the oven?
Absolutely! Soufflé dishes are meant to go in the oven! This porcelain round soufflé dish is guaranteed oven-proof up to 500F!
Can you bake a cake in a soufflé dish?
One of Martha’s favorite things to do is make little chocolate lava cakes in a soufflé dish. It’s a recipe for success!
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