Emile Henry Flame Tajine - 1.1 L - Red
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- This Moroccan-style tajine consists of a round dish with a conical lid. The tall lid traps stea...
- Sold individually
- Capacity: 1.1 litres/1.1 quarts
- Colour/Pattern: Red
- Dimensions: 10"Dia × 5"H
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This Moroccan-style tajine consists of a round dish with a conical lid. The tall lid traps steam inside and keeps food moist while cooking. The tajine is typically used for preparing and serving stews, such as chicken with olives and preserved lemons, or lamb with prunes and cinnamon. The stew can be started on the stovetop and finished in the oven.
When cooking, ceramic diffuses the heat slowly and evenly. This ceramic bakeware can be used in both the oven and microwave, as well as on the stovetop (gas, electric, or halogen).
Size: 1.1 L
Capacity: 1.1 litres/1.1 quarts
Dimensions: 10"Dia × 5"H
Suitability: Stovetop, oven, broiler, microwave, freezer, refrigerator
Materials: Ceramic, resistant against any source of direct heat
Care: Dishwasher safe
Warranty: 10 years
Product of France
NOTE: This handmade item may exhibit variations in colour and finish which add to its individuality and uniqueness.
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Top Customer Reviews
It was my first time to make a Tajine at home, and the result was amazing.
It retains heat and diffuses it slowly exactly as described.
Two tips for using it:
1. Use low heat as advised. During the cooking process, you should hear it boiling inside, but you should not see steam coming out of it. If you see steam, the heat is too high.
2. Use it on the stove. The main idea about the Tajine is that the conical cover stays cold so steam leaving food condenses on it and returned back to the pot. That is why you should not see steam coming out of it, and so, you will not need to top it up with water during the cooking process. The recycling of water inside keeps the aroma and the flavor. If used in the oven, the cover will have the same temperature and will have to vent steam outside, losing both water and flavor.