A stunning, large ceramic tagine, handcrafted with precision and passion in the sun-kissed terrains of southern Spain. This eye-catching culinary masterpiece is a direct infusion of Spanish tradition and contemporary design, sure to add a touch of elegance to your kitchen.
Each Selena tagine has been meticulously hand-dipped in a jewelled glaze, showcasing a brilliant, vibrant finish that breathes life into the ceramic. The glaze not only enhances its aesthetic appeal but also provides a smooth surface that’s easy to clean.
Have your pick from six astounding colours, each one more gorgeous than the last, there is a Selena Tagine to perfectly complement your home décor.
The tagine, with its sizable 27cm diameter, is an ideal vessel for whipping up large family meals. Its conical lid is designed to circulate heat and moisture, ensuring your food remains tender and flavourful. Despite its grandeur, the Selena tagine is dishwasher safe, providing a fuss-free clean-up after you’ve savoured your delicious meal.
Features of the Selena Ceramic Tagine:
– Handcrafted in southern Spain
– Dipped in a vibrant, jewelled glaze for a stunning finish
– Available in six gorgeous colours to match your décor
– Large size with a 27cm diameter, perfect for family meals
– Dishwasher safe for easy and convenient cleaning
– Traditional design that promotes heat and moisture circulation for flavourful cooking
– A part of the exquisite Selena Collection
– Ideal for both cooking and as a decorative kitchen showpiece.
Experience the blend of function and fashion with our Selena Ceramic Tagine. Elevate your cooking experience and enhance your kitchen décor. Order yours today!
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.