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Le Creuset World Cuisine Cherry Tagine

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Inspired by the slowly simmered, heavily seasoned cuisines indigenous to North Africa, the Moroccan tagine is a classic example of form following function. Its distinctive lid allows for the constant return of condensation to the base, moistening...Read More

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HAND MADE SPECIAL VALUE Inspired by the slowly simmered, heavily seasoned cuisines indigenous to North Africa, the Moroccan tagine is a classic example of form following function. Its distinctive lid allows for the constant return of condensation to the base, moistening ingredients and tenderizing tough fibers within the meat.

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.

FEATURES
  • 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
Savor your weekend with this tagine recipe for Saffron-Scented Chicken with Dried Apricots ยป
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Love my Le Creuset tagine!
We have been using the Le Creuset tagine for over a year now and love it. The cast iron base means I can use it directly on the gas stove top to meld the garlic, onion with the carrots and cinnamon sticks and spices before adding the meat and a bit of stock. Then it gets popped into the oven and I can relax before dinner. We have even used it when travelling in our trailer over a wood/coal fire because of the cast iron base. Just include a bit of stock or wine to keep everything moist and serve with a roasted veg and great crusty bread. Comes pre-seasoned and ready to use
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July 5, 2012
I am very excited!
I am very excited to try my Morroccon recipes in my new tagine.
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The smaller version of Le Creuset's tagging is fantastic, but not really large enough to serve more than 3 or 4 people. I'm getting this for a dinner party.
Douglas B on Aug 2, 2015
Wanted to start cooking using tagine
Sharon W on May 31, 2015
Its beautiful and I like the cast iron pot and I've used it a few times since Dec. 2014
Swee Leng R on Jul 24, 2015
it is a gift
RICHARD B on May 27, 2015
How many servings for smaller tagine vs larger tagine by le creuset?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2014
Best Answer: More for larger tagine. My primary recipe for the initial purchase prepared a certain quantity that the larger rather than the smaller one accommodated. I have both sizes. I'm glad I do. Servings don't necessarily mean you can fit something into a certain size pan. Serving sizes are relative, in my opinion, not absolute. You have to eyeball it. I've never forgotten advice given by a valued high-profile mentor who said more than 25 year ago, "How large is your family?" You can't make a pan larger if you need to." I was in his store for what he knew, not for what I knew. I felt privileged to listen to him. In other words, sometimes you just chop up ingredients that produce a larger volume than you anticipated. Tagines and Le Creuset are both tremendous advantages. If you can, never hurts to have both sizes. Hope this is helpful.
Reply · Report · JEAN E on Sep 30, 2014
Can the tagine be used on a glass-topped electric stove?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, but you would need a diffuser so it isn't coming into direct contact with the heat source.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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Will the Le Crueset tangine come out in any other colors besides cheery red?
A shopper on Jul 21, 2012
Best Answer: Although le Creuset makes this tagine in a variety of colors, Sur La Table only carries it in cherry
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jul 24, 2012
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Can this tagine be used on a gas grill?
A shopper on May 5, 2015
Best Answer: No. These are the heat sources listed on the Le Creuset website: Gas, Electric, Ceramic, Halogen, Induction & Oven
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on May 6, 2015
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how is it different cooking in a tagine?
test12 m on Nov 6, 2014
Best Answer: It tastes like authentic Morocco food.
Reply · Report · Test M on Nov 6, 2014
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