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Reddit reviews: The best ramekins

We found 33 Reddit comments discussing the best ramekins. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 15 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Ramekins:

u/icommentingifs · 12 pointsr/AskWomen

Bialetti - stove top espresso maker - you'll never need to buy an expensive coffee maker ever again.

Leuchterm 1917 journal for my bullet journal

6in Ruler to go with my journal - fits in the back pocket perfectly

Huhuhero Color Pen Set also to go with my journal -- has every color you'll need and has a really nice thickness. I use a finer tipped Staedtler for writing but these pens are perfect for titles and decorating and under $6 can't be beat

Customizable dog tag

Ahava Dead Sea Bath Salts - for a luxurious bath that won't dry you out

Ramekins for all of your baking needs. It's also fantastic to use for cooking (holding onto spices, separating eggs, etc.) and for serving dips.

Dog Toy Basket - adorable, holds a ton of toys, and looks really chic in my apartment.

Salt and Pepper Mill Grinders - pretty and functional

Bath Overflow Cover - get your water higher for a more satisfying bath

Bath Spa Pillow

Grippy Stand - the BEST stand for any size tablet.. I have two of them they're so good

Hotel Spa Cotton Towel 4 Pack - smallish bath towel with so many uses. I leave then by the front door to wipe the pup's paws.

Popin Cookin 9 Pack - the MOST FUN you'll ever have 9 times over

Tons and tons and tons of books - look under the "available for less money" links for "used" paperback versions that will make them super affordable and they usually come nearly brand new!

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Cooking

This is a basic list with mid-grade item recommendations as links. You can definitely shop around and find better deals, but this will give you a place to start your shopping excursion from. Considering hitting up a local restaurant supply store for really good deals.

u/riseupagainst · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would love these ramekins because I really want to start baking and cooking more this summer. During the school year, I have not been able to bake much, and I love making yummy food for my husband and I. I found some great recipes that I need these ramekins for. Thanks for the contest!

u/Beefourthree · 1 pointr/Cooking

If you want a chocolate creme brulee, do this one with Grand Marnier.
http://www.food.com/recipe/chocolate-and-grand-marnier-creme-brul-e-176055

It is the single greatest dessert I've ever eaten.

Also, in my opinion, when cooking creme brulee it's not just about the recipe. The shape of the ramekin is really important. I use these shallow oval ramekins, which gives you more surface area for the crispy flambeed goodness. Plus, it's not a massive amount, so you can enjoy it and not hate yourself afterwards.

u/Qu1nlan · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

Oh god, yes :P. The current things we use to hold sauces are... well, honestly, they're just little plates much more fit for being ashtrays than shoyu bowls. Ramikens would help out a lot!

u/gruesky · 2 pointsr/food

Alternatively, just set the ramekins on top of a dish towel in a caserole dish. Neat dish concept though, and the price is pretty good.

I'd probably still just go this route...

http://www.amazon.com/Progressive-International-Porcelain-Stacking-Ramekins/dp/B0000DZ175/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1381734761&sr=8-5&keywords=ramekins+6+oz

u/FiveBookSet · 5 pointsr/SuddenlyGay

They're called ramekins and they're actually awesome to have at home. If you have multiple items on a plate and only want a sauce on one they're perfect.

u/mamamaiz · 67 pointsr/ZeroWaste

Bathroom ideas! I love it. I thought of doing something similar with those aluminum sauce cups for my restrooms. But shot glasses could work too!

u/Tiberon · 5 pointsr/Cooking

I used to see stoneware ramekins like these on cooking shows. They come in many sizes and some have lids. They are also oven safe, so you can do more than just prepare your mise en place with them.

u/021fluff5 · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

Ramekins are really cheap so it wouldn't be a bad idea to get a set. (They're super-versatile and can handle ovens, freezers, and dishwashers!) If you want something close to fool-proof that will definitely look presentable, that's your best bet.

If you want to try this in a full-size pie pan, you can try modifying your pumpkin pie filling recipe a bit. (My concern is that the slices will get a little wobbly and won't hold their shape when you cut them.) Adding an extra egg and reducing the amount of liquid could do the trick, but you may need to do a little troubleshooting.

u/bonafidebob · 1 pointr/sousvide

Update: I decided to try ramekins with lids, see link below. These worked fairly well, though I pulled the lid slightly off one (of six) trying to cram them into my cooler/bath, so that one was ruined. I "burped" some to force the air out, and left others alone: the burped ones were perfect, and a little bit of water got into one that I left unburped, but it poured off and didn't hurt the result.

Searing (with MAPP) was a breeze, no problem as expected. I actually put a bit too much crust on: did four light layers and two or three would have been enough.

The lids make it really nice to chill and refrigerate too, I can stack them three high so don't need much fridge space. I will definitely be doing this again!

Corningware French White 7-Ounce 2-Pack Ramekins with Lids https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00569OP0G

u/impudentllama · 17 pointsr/GifRecipes

If you're like me and want ones that stack well and are willing to spend a couple extra bucks: Prepworks by Progressive Porcelain Stacking Ramekins - Set of 6

u/jmw2004 · -1 pointsr/weddingplanning

Jewelry dishes. On Amazon, you can buy a set of 6 ramekins for $20. Find a friend with a vinyl cutter and have them add each attendant's name to them. Depending on how much the names cost, it can be quite inexpensive.

u/mommy2brenna · 2 pointsr/Cooking

Steam those bitches!

> Poach eggs in a steamer basket

> After trying all the traditional ways to poach eggs, such as adding vinegar to water and using those silly little metal circles, my husband came up with this method. He puts my steamer basket in its pan and brings about an inch of water to a boil. He then butters four or five ramekins, cracks an egg into each one, and puts the ramekins in the steamer basket. He covers the pot and “steams” the eggs for exactly 3.5 minutes and ends up with moist, perfectly rounded poached eggs to use in eggs Benedict, or whatever recipe calls for them.

I use these silicone ramekins, they're smaller than a standard porcelain ramekin and work better in my opinion.

u/pedroah · 2 pointsr/Cooking

There are plenty of ceramics that are broiler safe. Everything from ramekin to 4 quart.

Broiling is used to make the crust on creme brulee at home without a torch.

u/sixpicas · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

If she cooks, I can think of a few things for the kitchen.

u/SkyeEDEMT · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Oh darn! I think these ones from Amazon are the same size and it’s about the same price per cup as I got them!

u/OnlyForTheLonely · 6 pointsr/Cooking

That's a ramekin! You can get all different sizes on Amazon. Here's some that might work for your souffles.

Or just by googling 'ramekin', you might be able to find where they sell them near you.

u/kirker187 · 1 pointr/food

I would add a teaspoon of water to each egg cup and then find a sheet pan that fits as a semi-tight lid. The steam will cook the top of the eggs.

I have ceramic ramekins and the ones for my wife I put a plate over, with the water with the egg.

A suggestion for ramekins. 4oz but you can also find larger and smaller cups on Amazon

u/vtlatria · 5 pointsr/AskReddit

I make eggs in the microwave in a ramekin .... whip egg with fork, microwave for 30 seconds, stir in salt/pepper and shredded cheese (or whatever else you like), microwave for 30 more seconds. Eat. Also works in a coffee mug.

u/sarerics · 13 pointsr/crochet

Some of the planters here:

9 Pcs Terracotta Pots with... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RXVM4K6?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share


Succulent Pots, ZOUTOG White Mini... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DWS4X3Y?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share


4 Oz Porcelain Ramekins... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QXS842F?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share


T4U 3.25 Inch Bamboo Round Bamboo... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077B3B965?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
(Will stack 2 or 3 of these together to make what looks like a wood planter)

https://www.target.com/p/12ct-modern-garden-geometric-white-planter/-/A-50874902
(Most of these broke on delivery though)

https://www.target.com/p/set-of-4-natural-acacia-dip-bowls-threshold-8482/-/A-21512522

3 oz porcelain bowls from target that are no longer available