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Dating as far back as the 9th century, the tagine’s conical shape creates a moist, hot cooking environment. As the food cooks, steam rises into the cone, condenses, and then trickles back down the sides. The dish finishes tender, aromatic and rich with flavour.
Made from Flame Ceramic, the tagine can be used either directly on the heat or in the oven, and allows you to make delicious tagines, stews and any other recipe which requires simmering.
Allow to cool down completely before cleaning. Do not pour cold water onto a hot dish.
For stubborn residue, soak in hot water and white vinegar before placing in the dishwasher.
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