Le Creuset World Cuisine Cherry Tagine
And because it’s crafted from durable cast iron, the tagine retains heat longer and cooks food more evenly and thoroughly. Traditional Moroccan tagines (the dish is named for the cookware) typically include a combination of braised meat (often lamb, beef or chicken), fruits, root vegetables and fragrant spices like cinnamon, saffron and ginger.
Versatile cast iron base is also suitable for browning vegetables and meat on the stovetop, or for warming tortillas in the oven, while the colorful stoneware lid is designed to circulate heat and moisture.
Designed to inspire cooks to explore a bounty of exciting regional dishes from around the world, Le Creuset’s World Cuisine Collection is now available for the first time in the US—and only from Sur La Table.
- Fired at high temperatures for increased strength, the enamel finish resists chips, cracks and stains
- Enameled stoneware is virtually nonporous and will not absorb odors or flavors
- Ideal for high-heat cooking, enameled cast iron base provides excellent heat transfer and perfect results when searing and browning as well as superior heat retention
- Timeless Le Creuset beauty for traditional oven-to-table presentation
- Manufacturer: Le Creuset
- Includes: Base, lid
- Material: Enameled cast iron, stoneware
- Care: Dishwasher safe
- Use: Oven safe to 500°F
- Dimensions: 10¾" x 8" (2 qt.); 13¾" x 11¼" (4¾ qt.)
- Capacity: 2 qt.; 4 ¾ qt.
- Warranty: Lifetime warranty
- Cast iron base made in France; stoneware top made in Taiwan
The rigorous process starts with molten iron being sand cast from a single mold that’s destroyed after use, explaining why no two pieces are identical. Pots, pans and accessories are then painstakingly polished and finished by hand, sprayed with two coats of enamel and fired twice. No other procedure yields cookware that so evenly conducts and retains heat, making Le Creuset cast iron second to none for slow cooking.
Le Creuset’s signature color, Flame, was created to reflect the intense orange hue of molten cast iron inside a cauldron (“creuset” in French). In the company’s early years, this vibrant shade offered a refreshing color choice within a sea of gray. Carrying on the tradition, Le Creuset features a wide range of vibrant colors to complement any kitchen décor.
In 1995 Le Creuset began expanding into new categories: stainless steel, stoneware, silicone, enamel on steel, textiles and forged hard-anodized aluminum. Although some production processes have been modernized, you can be sure that the handmade qualities of Le Creuset cookware remain unchanged. The company still manufactures their cast iron cookware in the original foundry, with each piece passing through the hands of 15 skilled artisans to ensure flawless perfection.
With the consistent qualities of authenticity, originality and innovation, Le Creuset maintains a connection to both heritage and modernity.