Soufflenheim dishes are traditional terracotta dishes from the Alsace region of France, made in the town of Soufflenheim.
These dishes are handmade using high quality local clay extracted from the town's surroundings and are fired at high temperatures to ensure exceptional strength and durability.
They are used to prepare many traditional Alsatian dishes, such as Baeckeoffe, pot-au-feu, choucroute, tarte flambée and Kougelhopf. They are also used for baking breads and cakes.
These earthenware dishes have the particularity of distributing the heat evenly, which allows for even cooking and optimal preservation of flavours. They also retain the heat for a long time, allowing the dishes to be served at the table while maintaining an ideal temperature.
Soufflenheim dishes are renowned for their strength and durability, making them long-lasting and durable. They are also very aesthetically pleasing, with a variety of shapes and patterns that allow them to be used as decorative elements as well.