Origin of ramekin
Examples from the Web for ramekin
Historical Examples of ramekin
Anything used in a scramble or an omelet may be placed in the bottom of the ramekin.
Sometimes Roquefort is added, as in the Ramekin recipes below.The Complete Book of Cheese
Robert Carlton Brown
A “left-over” which is otherwise hopeless may often be used advantageously in a ramekin with an egg.
Put a tablespoonful of the sauce into a ramekin, add a small peeled tomato, and cover with the sauce.
Put in ramekin and bake 20 or 30 minutes in slow oven until well browned.Dietetics for Nurses
Fairfax T. Proudfit
Word Origin for ramekin
1706, from French ramequin (late 17c.), said to be from a Germanic source (cf. Middle Low German rom "cream"), from Proto-Germanic *rau(g)ma-, of uncertain origin.