Glazed Terra Cotta Tagine
Safe for stovetop (when used with a diffuser) or oven up to 390°F, this ceramic cookware doubles as a beautiful serving dish—care should be taken to protect your table as the base will be very hot. Seasoning before use is recommended as it will remove any earthenware taste and strengthen your tagine.
- Manufacturer: Sur La Table®
- Material: Terra cotta
- Dimensions: 8.5" or 12.5" diameter
- Use: Safe for stovetop (when used with a diffuser) or oven up to 390°F
- Care: Hand wash only. For best results, season before use:
- Submerge tagine in water for at least 1 hour
- Rub the inside of the base and lid with olive oil
- Put in a cold oven and set temperature to 300°F and leave for 2 hours
- Remove from oven and leave to cool
- When completely cool, wash in warm soapy water and dry with a clean cloth.Your tagine is now ready to use
- Made in Portugal, exclusively for Sur La Table
- Makes it easy to create delicious Moroccan meals at home
- Low, indirect heat slowly simmers food, resulting in rich, complex flavors
- Transforms tough cuts of meats into exceptionally tender dishes
- Conical-shaped lid preserves moisture and enhances circulation, infusing food with spices and flavors
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I've used it for meat; veggies; and, soups & stews; and, for virtually every cuisine in the world. . .from East to West and ""side-trips"" north and south.
It occupies a prominent spot in my kitchen . . .alongside a dozen or so clay (ceramic) cookers of all sizes and shapes.
A note to ""newbies"". . .The glazed finish makes ""clean-up"" simple and easy. (""Old-timers"" already know this
I bought 1 dozen less than 9 months ago for use in my restaurant. We don't use them for cooking or for even heating tagines, just for serving and presentation on the table. The tagines are very poorly made, poorly glazed and hardly fired at all. The glaze tended to crack and peel after just 2-3 uses and the entire tagine bowls as well as the lids chipped and cracked after just a few uses. Do yourself a favor and buy something authentic, well-made and properly glazed. These are complete junk and useless
1 year ago
Questions & Answers
I'm very interested in this terra cotta tagine, but I'm worried about the glaze, as some glaze contains high lead levels. I need to know this before I put an order.Thanks
You should only need to soak this Tagine for 1 hour prior to the first use. It is not necessary to soak it everytime time.
Can you use directly on the fire or must you use a diffuser.
instructions were absent from packaging
where can I get an instruction book / recipe book for the Tagines? I ordered 4, which were propmpty delivered, but no instructions on how to use them. except to soak in water before the first use. Do I have to soak them for 12 hours before each use? I used them in the oven once, because I did not know what heat to cook with on top of my glass top stove.Please let me know where I can get the instruction/cook book. Thanks, ,Maxin
After soaking the tagine overnight do I need to let it dry out (and if so for how long) before rubbing the insides with olive oil?Thanks