barquette [bahr-ket] noun

Small, shallow, individual boat-shaped molds, usually about 3 to 5 inches in length. Barquettes are typically found in tin, nonstick, aluminum and now also silicone models. In classic French cuisine, they are used to make fancy canapés and pastries (sweet or savory) or used to form tart shells.

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