Large Tagine – Traditional cookware
27cm diameter Tagine, the perfect addition to your kitchen that will transport you to the enchanting world of Moroccan cuisine. Immerse yourself in the rich flavours and aromas of slow-cooked dishes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds and leave your guests in awe.
Crafted with precision and attention to detail, our Tagine is made from high-quality ceramic, ensuring even heat distribution for perfectly cooked meals every time. Its unique cone-shaped lid locks in moisture, allowing the flavours to meld together and creating succulent, tender dishes that will have your family and friends begging for seconds.
Designed to impress, our 27cm diameter Tagine seamlessly blends functionality with elegance. Its traditional design adds a touch of sophistication and rustic elegance to any table setting, making it a stunning centrepiece for your dining experience. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or enjoying a cosy meal at home, our Tagine is guaranteed to elevate the ambience and create lasting memories.
For centuries people have cooked in clay pots. The tagine is an old cooking pot from North Africa made from clay. Clay makes for an even and gradual distribution of the heat.
- Generous 27cm diameter: Perfect for cooking hearty meals for the whole family, ensuring there’s enough to go around.
- High-quality ceramic construction: Offers excellent heat retention and distribution, resulting in evenly cooked, flavourful dishes.
- Cone-shaped lid: Traps steam and locks in moisture for tender, juicy meats and perfectly cooked vegetables.
- Traditional design: Adds a touch of rustic elegance and beauty to your dining table.
- Versatile and easy to clean: Suitable for use on various stovetops, including gas, electric, ceramic and in the oven.
Ignite your culinary creativity and embark on a delightful journey with our 27cm diameter Tagine. Experience the magic of Moroccan cuisine in the comfort of your own home, and create unforgettable meals that will leave a lasting impression. Order yours today and elevate your cooking to a whole new level.
Guidance before first use:
Before first use, soak the tagine in water for 3-5 hours and then let it dry completely. (For the tagine lid this process is not necessary). If you rarely use the tagine it’s wise to soak it again for an hour and let it dry before using it again. You can use the tagine on virtually any heat source. On a wood fire, on the stove (with flame distributor), or on an electric/ceramic hob and in the oven. When used on a ceramic plate, avoid sliding to prevent scratching the surface. It is also important to avoid abrupt temperature variations and to only use the tagine on a heat source which has a diameter as large as or larger than the base of the tagine – this to avoid temperature differences within the tagine base, which could cause the base to break upon heating.
The tagine (as well as the El Toro Oven Dishes) can safely be heated up to 300 degrees Celsius.