Red bread mold with its Emile Henry brand dome in refractory ceramic .
Bread set with its Emile Henry brand dome to ensure a crispy crust and an airy and soft crumb every time
This bread mold allows you to make beautiful round breads or breads with original shapes such as daisy bread. They can have different textures and flavors by playing with the mixtures of flour (wheat bread, rye bread, chestnut bread ...) and by adding other ingredients such as black olives, sundried tomatoes, bacon etc. ..
Its pretty red color and modern design brings all the elegance necessary to this quality mold.
Made of refractory ceramic, it recreates the conditions of a traditional baker's oven, thus regulating the humidity level to ensure perfect and even baking of the bread. Therein lies the secret of soft breads with a crunchy crust.
The domed lid doubles as a bowl to let the dough rest. The baking tray is ribbed with cross grooves in the bottom of the mold to prevent the dough from sticking. Dishwasher safe.
Supplier warranty: 10 years. French made.
- 31 x 19.5 x 14 cm (LxWxH)
- 2.7 kg
- Manufacturing country
Emile Henry, manufacturer of bread moulds
At the very beginning of its existence, the workshop mainly used ceramics to design terrines, moulds, tureens... It was only in 2014 that the first bread moulds came out of the Marcigny ovens. The ceramic bread moulds ofEmile Henry, borrow the technique of baking bread in a casserole dish, which allows a homogeneous cooking. This ceramic is refractory, it retains the heat and spreads it throughout the mould while regulating the humidity inside. The dough will not stick thanks to the grooves engraved in the bottom of the mould. The bread bakes harmoniously, the crumb is soft and well aerated, the crust is golden and crunchy.
To meet all your baking desires, Emile Henry offers several types of bread moulds of different shapes and sizes. You can let your imagination run wild and try out all sorts of flours and recipes:
The baguette moulds (three and five cells) for your breakfasts.
The ciabatta mould, practical for making sandwiches and paninis.
The loaf pan for making classic breads.
The bread mould for sandwiches and special breads (seeds, cereals, dried tomatoes...).
The iconic bread bell which allows to obtain a result close to that of an oven baking.
A specialist in ceramics for over a century
It was in 1848 that the young Jacques Henry discovered the potter's trade in Burgundy. Two years later, he founded his first ceramics workshop in Marcigny. His ideal: to provide the inhabitants of his region with high quality kitchen utensils. The success was immediate, requiring the hiring of twenty people. The company and its know-how have been handed down from father to son since that time. Each of them has brought his own innovations: new and increasingly sophisticated objects, colouring, modernization of the terracotta technique... A research laboratory has even been created within the workshop to enable the brand to remain at the cutting edge of technology in its field. Quality and durability remain the spearhead of the brand which now exports all over the world.
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