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1. A small cooking mold.
2. A dish, as of vegetables, fish, custard, or pastry, that is cooked and served in a small mold.

[Middle English dariol, from Old French dariole, a small, filled pastry, probably alteration of Picard and Walloon *doriole, ultimately from feminine diminutive of doré, a kind of pastry (compare modern Walloon doraie, a kind of attractively browned pastry or flan), from past participle of dorer, to gild, glaze with butter or egg; see dory2.]


1. (Cookery) Also called: dariole mould a small cup-shaped mould used for making individual sweet or savoury dishes
2. (Cookery) a dish prepared in such a mould
[C14: from Old French]
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Fill a bowl with hot water and dip each dariole mould into the water for about 10 secs to loosen the puddings.
Divide the dough into six pieces and roll out each one thinly so that it is large enough to line a dariole mould with plenty hanging over the edges so that you will be easily able to enclose the filling.
Prices range from the small bucket-shaped dariole mould for individual puddings at 12 shillings to 16 shillings and ninepence a dozen, depending on size, to a prohibitive 21 shillings for a 11/4 pint job that looks like a cluster of four pinnacles from a fairy-tale castle.
Rub 10g of butter around each of four ramekins or dariole mould.
Liberally butter eight mini pudding or dariole moulds and lightly dust the insides with cocoa powder.
Taste syrup and add more sugar if required PRESENTATION * Dip dariole moulds into hot water briefly, turn over and tip pannacotta into bowl.
Add 2 more tablespoons of water, and carefully give it a shake, then pour into 4 metal dariole moulds.
Easy to use and of consistently high quality, the premix is blended with 300g of chocolate shavings, butter and water, then stirred for one minute before placing in dariole moulds and individual pots.
Lightly grease six dariole moulds or ramekins with butter and dust lightly with cocoa.
Similarly, you could make individual Molotoffs in smaller tins or dariole moulds.