about our Tagines
This typical North African dish is named after the earthenware pot that it is cooked in, the tagine. Comparable to a stew, this traditional pot is made up of a low, flat base and topped with the iconic cone or dome-shaped lid. Designed to promote condensation, this is what gives the dish its moist and succulent nature.
Purchase your piece of specialist cookware from our selection below which includes offerings from Emile Henry, Scanpan and Rosle.
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