Classics Quiche/Flan Dish (11-in.): Citron by Emile Henry
The glazes in the Provencale collection are transparent, creating bright, vibrant colors for your kitchen. With its high-resistance glaze, you can serve and cut directly in the dish. Because the clay diffuses the heat evenly over the surface of the dish, your quiches and flans will be cooked evenly,... See complete description »
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The glazes in the Provencale collection are transparent, creating bright, vibrant colors for your kitchen. With its high-resistance glaze, you can serve and cut directly in the dish. Because the clay diffuses the heat evenly over the surface of the dish, your quiches and flans will be cooked evenly, without burning or sticking. Whether it's Quiche Lorraine or Vanilla Bean Flan, this dish will make it a success!
About Emile Henry…
In the Burgundy region of France is the legendary maker of fine French cookware named Emile Henry. There, potters still hand craft each piece from the local Burgundy Clay - one of the purest of clays, and finish each one with a process known as CERADON, which makes them extremely solid and durable. Containing no lead, the clay is one of the best materials for baking and serving.
I love my new Quiche pan. This is a great size for larger parties or gatherings. the Quiche removes beautifuly from the pan. Absolutely no sticking and no crust shrinkage. However, adjust your cooking time. I had to cook the quiche for 10 additional minutes. Just keep an eye on that quiche until to figure out if you need to cook longer. A terrific pan, and worth the price because it is NOT made in China, but France, from years of tradition and quality materials!
I had one of these . My daughter borrowed mine and used hers and mine to make 2 quiches for a work pot luck. She now has two .
I replaced my original,Quiche Dish. There is no equal for making quiches..
My daughter used my recipe for Quice Lorrain and a Quice with spinach for more vegetarian dish.
She uses my Cook Book to duplicate the recipes I used to make for her and her sister.
Very nice quiche pan. Heavy, well built and nice piece for the price.
To easily trim dough to fit once it's been pressed into a tart or quiche pan, simply roll a rolling pin over the edge; the extra dough hanging off the edge will be trimmed off.