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1 Ramekins, what kind? on Sun Sep 07, 2014 12:13 pm

Bugster2

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There are the typical custard cup types and the low flat type. How do you know which one to use when all the recipe tells you is use a ramekin?

2 Re: Ramekins, what kind? on Sun Sep 07, 2014 12:40 pm

bethk

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Typically, this is what I think of when a recipe calls for a ramekin:

http://www.williams-sonoma.com/search/ramekins/cookware/results.html?words=ramekins&N=4294967203&cm_sp=OnsiteSearch-_-GlobalNav-_-Button&cm_type=OnsiteSearch&type-ahead-viewset=ecom

but, certainly, it depends upon the recipe.

I use a different type if it's for a main dish ~ usually one of the old fashioned 'Grab-it' rounded bottom, larger casserole type. The straight sided ramekin would be perfect for an individual soufflé or even a lemon pudding cake you wanted to turn out for serving.

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