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1A small dish for baking and serving an individual portion of food.
- ‘Fill the ramekins, smoothing the tops with a palette knife.’
- ‘Place the cucumber cups in individual ramekins.’
- ‘Ease the star, butter-side down, over the back of an up-turned individual metal tart tin or ramekin, the star points facing up.’
- ‘The mixture is now ready to be poured into the ramekins.’
- ‘Pour the mixture into six very lightly oiled dariole moulds or 7.5cm ramekins, cover and chill for four hours or until set.’
- ‘The next morning, in a small ramekin, I mixed in some lime zest and added some more, cold, coconut milk because the rice had sucked up all the moisture.’
- ‘Lightly butter six 7.5cm ramekin dishes and dust them out with a little extra caster sugar.’
- ‘I first brushed individual 7-ounce ramekins with melted butter.’
- ‘After removing the ramekins from the oven, I gently topped the eggs with the mushroom mixture.’
- ‘Line a pudding basin or individual ramekins with cling-film, and then line the mould with the soaked bread, ensuring there are no gaps.’
- ‘The recipe below makes one gratin serving four people, but it can also be made in individual ramekins for four single-serving dinners.’
- ‘Pour the mixture into individual ramekins, molds or mini-savarin rings and refrigerate for at least 1 hour.’
- ‘I placed the ramekin in an ovenproof dish and the poured water into the dish up to a level half way up the ramekin, before popping it into the preheated oven.’
- ‘Get your four ramekins, make sure they're nice and clean.’
- ‘Fill the ramekins with some summer berries and a drop of booze.’
- ‘Spoon the warm fruit mixture into individual ramekins or small bowls.’
- ‘Place the ramekins in a wide saucepan and fill with simmering water, so it comes two-thirds of the way up the sides.’
- ‘Divide the mixture between the ramekins and push a truffle deep into the centre of each.’
- ‘Slide the ramekins on to the baking sheet and bake for ten to 12 minutes until the souffles are well risen, browned and doubled in height but still slightly wobbly.’
- ‘These impressive soufflés can be made in individual ramekins or coffee cups.’
- 1.1 A quantity of food served in a ramekin, in particular a small quantity of cheese baked with breadcrumbs, eggs, and seasoning.
- ‘The Irish black tea is hot and strong, the homemade raisin scones warm and airy, served with a heaping ramekin of clotted cream.’
- ‘A ramekin of caviar-topped whipped urchin appears without asking.’
- ‘It was beautifully served in a terrine, along with toasted slices of bread and a small ramekin of creamed lentils.’
- ‘Then there was a ramekin of lemony aubergine pate which was, in truth, more of a dip and tasted of red pepper rather than aubergine.’
- ‘A thick and tender petite strip steak comes with basic fluffy scrambled eggs, crisp roasted new potatoes and a ramekin of rich tomato-tinged Béarnaise.’
- ‘The monochromatic assortment consists of four marvels of kosher-style cuisine served with two ramekins of sour cream.’
Mid 17th century: from French ramequin, of Low German or Dutch origin; compare with obsolete Flemish rameken toasted bread.
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