Definitions for ramekinˈræm ɪ kɪn
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ram•e•kinˈræm ɪ kɪn(n.)
a portion of food, esp. a cheese preparation, baked and served in an open dish.
the dish itself.
Origin of ramekin:
1700–10; < F ramequin < dial. D, MD rammeken
a cheese dish made with egg and bread crumbs that is baked and served in individual fireproof dishes
a small fireproof dish used for baking and serving individual portions
a small glass or earthenware dish, often white and circular, in which food is baked and served
A ramekin or ramequin, also known as a bouillon bowl, is a small glazed ceramic or glass serving bowl used for the preparation and serving of various food dishes. The word is from French, and before that Middle Dutch and Middle Low German – see ramekin for details.
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