Just as you can thaw frozen items many times faster in a water bath versus air, you can cool things in a water bath faster than you can in the air. Let cool slightly in air, then put your dish in a tray of water, and let your faucet continuously cool it. You can get it in the fridge faster this way.
Worth pointing out that this method is the best way to handle raw milk, cooled quickly in a ice water bath before putting it in the freezer, minimizes the time it takes to get cooled below the temperature where bacteria thrive. Body temperature milk takes some 8 hours in a conventional fridge to cool to fridge temperature, at least in my experience and fridge.