Definitions

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  • n. a sponge cake baked in a ring mold

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Examples

  • Ring pans are used for yeasted cakes, like savarin, but can be used for many other dishes, as well.

    Ring Pan vs Bundt Pan | Baking Bites

  • Bake savarin for about 30 minutes, until it is golden brown.

    Champagne Savarin | Baking Bites

  • I bookmarked a recipe for savarin a long time ago, and discovered that The Well-Seasoned Chef had had good results from the same one, so I started with that as my base.

    2008 December | Baking Bites

  • In addition to that delectable cheese, he also lent his name to a cake: a savarin nowadays refers to any liqueur-soaked yeast cake without raisins (which would turn it into a baba au rhum).

    Sing for your supper

  • Cherry savarin with honey-vanilla ice-cream posted by Steve @ 1:51:00 AM get_comment_link110767328430541867

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  • I went down the agenda as briskly as possible, divided up the list of women who had baked last year and ought to be approached again, stuck Sally with the job of designing the booth and the printed labels, asked Jane if she was ready to launch her savarin.

    Incubus

  • He promptly grasped the situation, hurried back to the house, and produced beef and mayonnaise sandwiches, and a splendid savarin with whipped cream in the middle

    Chateau and Country Life in France

  • Millner, keenly aware that an aromatic savarin au rhum was describing an arc behind his head previous to being rushed back to the pantry under young Draper's indifferent eye, stiffened himself against this last assault of the enemy, and read out firmly: "What relation do you consider that a man's business conduct should bear to his religious and domestic life?"

    The Blond Beast

  • Millner, keenly aware that an aromatic _savarin au rhum_ was describing an arc behind his head previous to being rushed back to the pantry under young Draper's indifferent eye, stiffened himself against this last assault of the enemy, and read out firmly: "_ What relation do you consider that a man's business conduct should bear to his religious and domestic life? _"

    Tales of Men and Ghosts

  • Who has the space for Julia's army of double boilers and earthenware crocks for rillettes of rabbit, the correct cutlery for cutting artichokes on the bias, scraping lemon zest, filleting trout or making paper ring covers for a bourbon apricot savarin?

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  • Savarins are typically soaked in flavored syrup to which rum or kirsch is added.

    January 4, 2009