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Emile Henry Crown Bread Baker Linen

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Emile Henry cookware has been produced in Burgundy, France, for more than 170 years. To this day, this family-owned-and-operated company produce their beautiful Emile Henry ceramics from non-treated, high-fired Burgundy clay, with each piece signed by the worker who made it! In a world of chemicals and highly processed foods, Emile Henry ceramics naturally enhance flavours and aromas: from the base material through to the glaze, everything in their production is 100% natural, a fact which is mirrored by their earthy-inspired colour palette.

The Emile Henry Crown Baker allows you to make a ring of 8 light, crispy, small bread or brioche rolls. Whether you bake plain dinner rolls, fancy olive and cheese rolls, or sweet chocolate buns, it is a guaranteed success! Simply divide the dough into eight even pieces, place them in the floured cavities, cover with the lid and place in the oven. Each cavity shapes a small bread roll which links to the others while rising and baking in order to form a perfect crown. The refractory ceramic of the crown-shaped base and the lid creates the right level of humidity during cooking, helping the dough to rise and creating a light inside with a crispy crust. Easy to turn out, the baked crown can be served whole or as individual dinner rolls; they simply detach neatly.

  • Made in France
  • HR Ceramic® (High Resistance), for use in the oven up to 270°C (520°F).
  • The baker is dishwasher safe and keeps a low profile for compact storage with the lid stacked upside down inside the base.
  • Guaranteed 10 years
  • 1.9L Capacity | 8 Servings
  • 28.5 x 28.5 x 9cm Inside

 

Care Instructions:

Allow to cool down completely before cleaning. Do not pour cold water onto a hot dish. For stubborn residue, soak in hot water and white vinegar before placing in the dishwasher

 

Read up more about Emile Henry, their history, how these pieces are made and how to use and look after your products in our ‘All About Emile Henry‘ blog.

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