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Ateco Stainless Steel Square Mold

Shape beautiful desserts, mousses and pâtés with this square-shaped mold. Made of durable, food-safe stainless steel. 2¾".

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Shape beautiful desserts, mousses and pâtés with this square-shaped mold. Made of durable, food-safe stainless steel. 2¾".

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  • Shape desserts, mousses and pâtés into squares with ease
  • Durable, food-safe stainless-steel construction for years of use

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  • Manufacturer: Ateco
  • Dimensions: 2¾"
  • Material: Stainless steel

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  • Hand wash
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Sur La Table Store
recently used in a cooking class and found useful
Scott T on Jun 24, 2017
It looks sturdy. I will try it.
ROSA A on Jun 18, 2016
recently used in a cooking class and found useful
Scott T on Jun 24, 2017
Tuna Tartar salad
D.E. N on Jul 9, 2016
It looks sturdy. I will try it.
ROSA A on Jun 18, 2016
to make kolachki cookies
kelly k on Nov 9, 2014
Tuna Tartar salad
D.E. N on Jul 9, 2016
to make kolachki cookies
kelly k on Nov 9, 2014
What are the full dimensions, please? Does the 2 3/4"" refer to height
A shopper on Aug 11, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Shape beautiful desserts, mousses and pâtés with this square-shaped mold.

The mold is a square of 2.75 inches and a height of 1.3 inches.
So I suppose judging by the dimensions that this square would be too big to make petit fours?
Trisha on Mar 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, too big for petit four. Ideal for individual sweet serving. Petit four should be a maximum one and a half inch square/round, and a minimum one inch. If you're making an unusual shape, keep it somewhere in the middle. Petit Four must be bite size and simple to pick up with a small fork or fingers, NEVER ever a spoon.

Suzanne Birch
Amateur chef, maker of sugar flowers and wedding cakes.
 

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