Emile Henry Creme Brulee Dish Feu Doux (Set of 2)
Emile Henry is one of the largest ceramic manufacturers in Europe and was founded in 1850 by M. Jacques Henry, a potter by trade, who operated a small workshop in Marcigny, southern Burgundy. Emile Henry uses Burgundy clay in the manufacturing process. The clay from the Burgundy region of France has unique mineral and molecular properties that contribute to form a material that conducts, distributes and retains cooking heat more efficiently than most materials. Emile Henry oven-to-tableware pieces are easy to clean, dishwasher safe and durable for everyday use.
Emile Henry colourful crème brûlée dishes have a perfectly flat surface and a diameter of 12cm, ideal for caramelizing sugar with a blowtorch or hot iron.
Whether it’s a goat's cheese crème brûlée with honey or a tomato and mozarella crumble as starter, or a traditional crème brûlée as dessert, you will get a perfect result every time. They are quite shallow for even heat distribution, and perfectly stackable for gaining space in the fridge.