Open Kitchen by Williams Sonoma Dip Bowls
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Just right for offering olive oils, seasoned salts and tapenades, our sturdy porcelain dipping bowls are designed for relaxed entertaining and everyday meals. Their classic white color shows off dips and toppings beautifully—and is great for mixing and matching with other dinnerware and serving pieces.
- Part of our Open Kitchen collection, developed exclusively for Williams Sonoma.
- Made of high-fired porcelain.
- Microwavable and dishwasher safe.
- Set of four.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 3 1/2" diam., 3/4" high; 2-oz. cap.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
- Dishwasher safe.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Tony P from More than just a dipper! My family and I love baked clam’s casino as one of the entrées for our traditional Italian Christmas eve seafood dinner. I have been making 1 of the 7 entrées, the clams, for about 50 years now. When I make them for Christmas Eve dinner only traditional will do. However, we do like them at different times of the year as an appetizer for a dinner or barbecue. The issue is opening and cleaning all the clams, for Christmas this is expected but, during the course of the year it can be a last-minute decision. It is usually something I don’t do because the amount of time it takes to clean the clams. At Christmas time you can usually find clams for one quarter of the price that they sell for the rest of the year. So, I will buy an extra 12 dozen, clean them, and then freeze them in batches of 12 or 18 clams per bag. (These are in vacuum packed bags.) That’s where these wonderful little dipping dishes come into play. During the rest of the year I will open a bag of the appropriate number of clams and let them thaw out. Then I will quarter them, and then put 4 to 6 quarters in the dipping dish. I will then add sautéed fixings on top of them, (fixings usually consist of chopped bacon, (again this is not for the traditional Christmas eve dinner, so bacon is allowable, or should I say desirable,) onions, mushrooms, a little roasted red pepper, and garlic salt. However, you can let your imagination go wild and put whatever you have for leftovers in the refrigerator for fixing as well.) Then cover them with seasoned breadcrumbs and place them on a cookie sheet. On the cookie sheet, and in the dipping dish they will be level. Being level makes the next step much easier to accomplish than on the half shell. I put a little bit of clam juice(1 1/2 tsp) in the dipping bowl and place them in the preheated oven at 425° for 12 to 15 minutes. By this time the clam juice should be cooked down. I then add a teaspoon of beer to deglaze the bottom of the dipping bowl. And then put it under the broiler for about 1 minute (depending on how hot your broiler is), just enough to brown the top of the breadcrumbs. The reason I go through this explanation is to impress on you how well these little dipping dishes hold up to the high heat of the oven and the broiler and clean up just fine in the dishwasher. (Or should I say to give you insight to the best clams you’ve ever had.) I am sure they work just fine as dipping dishes also! Bon appétit or should I say “Mangia!”Date published: 2018-10-30Rated 5 out of 5 by Cookaholic from Very versatile! I purchased the small rectangular platters that match. These little bowls are great to accompany the platters for serving all types of sauces. Love the size.Date published: 2017-02-03