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Camembert / Brie Baker Porcelain French Style Ceramic Baking Dish For Cheese

Condition: New

Andrew James Camembert Baker | Rustic Porcelain French Style Ceramic Baking Dish for Cheese Such As Brie & Other Soft Cheeses | 15cm Diameter
  • IDEAL FOR CAMEMBERT & BRIE -- Pop your cheese into the dish, bake in the oven 15-20 minutes then enjoy the delicious, gooey results with some warm bread or a selection of antipasti.
  • HIGH QUALITY CERAMIC DISH -- The Camembert Baker is made from high quality, solid ceramic and it has been designed using the colours of the French flag.
  • SERVING & STORAGE DISH -- Serve your cheese straight from the Camembert Baker. There is no need to use an additional serving dish. You could also use the dish to store cheese while in the fridge to contain the aromas of the cheese which usually escape from a cardboard.
  • THE PERFECT GIFT FOR CHEESE LOVERS -- This beautiful and distinctive Ceramic Camembert Baker is the perfect gift for foodies, Francophiles and cheese connoisseurs.

What Is A Camembert Baker?

What could be tastier than warm, melting french cheese like camembert or brie, used as a dip for chunks of bread. A camembert baking dish is ceramic pot with lid that contains your cheese whilst you pop it in the oven, then doubles as a serving dish on the table.

Is This Camembert Baker Safe For Storing Cheese In The Fridge?

Yes, you can use this baker to store your cheeses in the fridge before you cook them. Make sure you allow the cheese and the baking dish to come up to room temperature before you put it in the oven, and allow it to cool back down before it goes back in the fridge, as a sudden change of temperature can cause thermal shock, leading to damage of your dish.

How To Bake Camembert?

Using a camembert baker is really simple. Put your cheese round inside the dish and make sure you score or cut the rind, this is a really important step as it prevents your cheese drying out. Place the lid on top of the baking dish. This lid has been designed to prevent a build up of pressure during the cooking process so the lid doesn’t create a tight seal, therefore allowing some of the hot air to escape. Put the camembert baker in the middle of an oven that has been preheated to 180 degrees centigrade and bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the cheese is nice and gooey all the way through. Remember to always use oven gloves when handling the pot straight from the oven as it will be hot!

Baked Camembert with Honey & Raspberries

  • 1 Whole Camembert Cheese
  • 60ml Honey
  • ½ Tsp Balsamic Vinegar
  • Handful Raspberries
  • Handful Pistachios, Finely Chopped
  • Bread & Crackers for Serving

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees centigrade. Bake the camembert for 12-15 minutes or until the top and sides of the cheese feel soft to the touch.

Meanwhile heat the honey and balsamic vinegar in a small saucepan until it has warmed through. Add the raspberries to the honey mix and gently coat them.

To serve top the camembert with the raspberries and drizzle over some of the honey before sprinkling with chopped pistachios. Put the rest of the honey in a small pot and serve as a side so your guests can drizzle more over their bread and cheese if they want to.



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Andrew James Camembert Baker | Rustic Porcelain French Style Ceramic Baking Dish for Cheese Such As Brie & Other Soft Cheeses | 15cm Diameter
  • IDEAL FOR CAMEMBERT & BRIE -- Pop your cheese into the dish, bake in the oven 15-20 minutes then enjoy the delicious, gooey results with some warm bread or a selection of antipasti.
  • HIGH QUALITY CERAMIC DISH -- The Camembert Baker is made from high quality, solid ceramic and it has been designed using the colours of the French flag.
  • SERVING & STORAGE DISH -- Serve your cheese straight from the Camembert Baker. There is no need to use an additional serving dish. You could also use the dish to store cheese while in the fridge to contain the aromas of the cheese which usually escape from a cardboard.
  • THE PERFECT GIFT FOR CHEESE LOVERS -- This beautiful and distinctive Ceramic Camembert Baker is the perfect gift for foodies, Francophiles and cheese connoisseurs.

What Is A Camembert Baker?

What could be tastier than warm, melting french cheese like camembert or brie, used as a dip for chunks of bread. A camembert baking dish is ceramic pot with lid that contains your cheese whilst you pop it in the oven, then doubles as a serving dish on the table.

Is This Camembert Baker Safe For Storing Cheese In The Fridge?

Yes, you can use this baker to store your cheeses in the fridge before you cook them. Make sure you allow the cheese and the baking dish to come up to room temperature before you put it in the oven, and allow it to cool back down before it goes back in the fridge, as a sudden change of temperature can cause thermal shock, leading to damage of your dish.

How To Bake Camembert?

Using a camembert baker is really simple. Put your cheese round inside the dish and make sure you score or cut the rind, this is a really important step as it prevents your cheese drying out. Place the lid on top of the baking dish. This lid has been designed to prevent a build up of pressure during the cooking process so the lid doesn’t create a tight seal, therefore allowing some of the hot air to escape. Put the camembert baker in the middle of an oven that has been preheated to 180 degrees centigrade and bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the cheese is nice and gooey all the way through. Remember to always use oven gloves when handling the pot straight from the oven as it will be hot!

Baked Camembert with Honey & Raspberries

  • 1 Whole Camembert Cheese
  • 60ml Honey
  • ½ Tsp Balsamic Vinegar
  • Handful Raspberries
  • Handful Pistachios, Finely Chopped
  • Bread & Crackers for Serving

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees centigrade. Bake the camembert for 12-15 minutes or until the top and sides of the cheese feel soft to the touch.

Meanwhile heat the honey and balsamic vinegar in a small saucepan until it has warmed through. Add the raspberries to the honey mix and gently coat them.

To serve top the camembert with the raspberries and drizzle over some of the honey before sprinkling with chopped pistachios. Put the rest of the honey in a small pot and serve as a side so your guests can drizzle more over their bread and cheese if they want to.

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