Emile Henry Ceramic Soufflé Dish
Dish of the day.
This ceramic dish knows its way around soufflé, and no wonder: It’s made from French Burgundy clay that distributes and retains heat like nobody’s business. The ceramic finish all over just so happens to be scratch-resistant, to boot. Use yours to bake up a good, old-fashioned chocolate soufflé (in which case, we have a few tips for ya). Or, let it work its magic on a whole slew of other things, too—a cheesy dip, pasta for two, gooey casserole...sky’s the limit.
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