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Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 2-Quart Moroccan Tagine (Cherry)

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  • Hand washing recommended, oven- and broiler-safe up to 500 degrees F
  • Measures 12-4/5 by 12-4/5 by 11-2/5 inches, limited lifetime warranty
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 2-Quart Moroccan Tagine (Cherry) + Tagines & Couscous
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Color Name: Cherry

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Color Name:Cherry

For centuries, North Africa has had access to a myriad of wonderful spices to complement the region's diverse selection of seafood and meats. The traditional method of cooking in North Africa--the Tagine--has been used for centuries to slow cook with these spices. Precious little water is needed to keep foods moist, and the unique design of the Tagine lid locks in the combination of flavors. The base in this model, made of cast iron, works with any heat source: gas, electric radiant or solid plates, ceramic, halogen, induction, and Aga-Rayburn-type stoves. The tall, inverted cone shape keeps the top far from the heat source and from absorbing the heat, and thus stays cool to the touch. Le Creuset has also included many wonderful North African recipes for the Tagine, including soups, main dishes, salads, and desserts. Create a truly traditional North African feast with this amazing kitchen supplement. --Teresa Simanton.

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80 of 89 people found the following review helpful
An Average Iowa Guy reviews the Le Creuset Cast Iron Tagine March 25 2011
By mmmttt - Published on
Color: Cherry
Pros, cons and quirks are discussed. It is a good product. If you want to see more of my reviews of stuff purchased at, visit me on youtube - averageiowaguy
26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful, exotic and functional Nov. 1 2009
By aries magic - Published on
Color: Cherry Verified Purchase
In the Le Creuset fashion, this tagine is beautifully and authentically styled. Although original tagines were made of clay, this cast model cooks beautifully and can be used on stove top or in the oven. The unusual funnel shape helps to maintain moisture in the food, and blends the flavors into mouthwateriing dishes. I love the quality of Le Creuset and am very happy to add this tagine to my collection.
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Great product, smaller than anticipated Jan. 31 2010
By Jose Luis Novoa - Published on
Color: Cherry Verified Purchase
The tagine works as advertised. We've had three meals and all were excellent. On the "con" side, heat transfers to the lid and it can get quite hot. Size is an issue when trying to cook for more than three or four people. Other than that, we are very pleased with the results. The Tagine was delivered in just a few days, which was a pleasant surprise.
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful addition to my kitchen! Dec 26 2009
By J. Schorr - Published on
Color: Cherry Verified Purchase
This Le Creuset item is sturdy, beautiful, and the food turns out delicious. The tagine cooks food slowly, so you have to allow the time necessary to cook, but the wait is well worth it. I also purchased the tagine recipe cards with this cookware. The tagine comes with a small recipe book to try some traditional Morroccan dishes. It is pricy for a slow cooker, but I have owned only Le Creuset cookware since 1980, and it does last a lifetime.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Exceeded my expectations March 17 2014
By Bob Gerding - Published on
Color: Cherry Verified Purchase
I'm on a low-carb diet and decided to try some Moroccan cooking. I wanted to cook by induction, so chose this tagine with a cast iron base. At first, I thought it was too small. I was wrong. Just the right size for cooking for four. Food incredibly tender and moist without frequent stirring or basting.

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