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ramekin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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ramekinram‧e‧kin /ˈræmɪkɪn, ˈræmkɪn/ noun [countable]  DFUa small dish in which food for one person can be baked and served
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ramekinTransfer the pepper mixture to four lightly greased ramekins and cover. 5.Potted shrimps in attractive little ramekins, and prettily adorned with watercress, stood on plates at each place.Generously butter and flour four 1-cup, oven-proof ramekins.Combine with shrimp and place in oven-proof ramekins.Pour a little of the vinaigrette in each of six ramekins and serve with the cooled artichokes on a large plate.Mix the prepared fruit with the kirsch and divide equally among four small ramekins. 2.Carefully pour mixture into the ramekins.Transfer the ramekins to four dessert plates and serve immediately.
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