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Explore exotic flavors with our Tagines. These traditional North African cooking vessels infuse your dishes with rich, aromatic spices. View More..

Brands: Emile, Henry, Scanpan

Experience Exquisite Flavors with Tagines

Unlock the secrets of Moroccan cuisine with Tagines, available exclusively in New Zealand through The Living Styles NZ. These uniquely designed cooking vessels are crafted to create dishes bursting with flavor and tenderness. Whether you’re slow-cooking succulent stews or braising aromatic meats, Tagines deliver culinary excellence.

Uses of Tagines

Tagines are your gateway to exceptional cooking:

  • Tender & Juicy: Seal in moisture for incredibly tender and flavorful dishes.
  • Infused Flavors: Slow-cook spices and herbs to perfection, infusing every bite with taste.
  • Stunning Presentation: Serve your creations directly from the beautiful Tagine pot.
  • Versatile: Ideal for meats, vegetables, couscous, and even desserts.

Elevate your culinary creations with Tagines, where tradition meets innovation.

Tagine Material Varieties

Explore the material options for our Tagines:

  • Clay: Traditional clay Tagines offer authentic flavors and gentle cooking.
  • Cast Iron: Durable cast iron Tagines evenly distribute heat for excellent results.
  • Stoneware: Stoneware Tagines are stylish and versatile for modern kitchens.
  • Porcelain: Porcelain Tagines combine elegance with functionality.

Frequently Asked Questions- FAQ

Inquire about the cleaning process for the tagine. Some are dishwasher-safe, while others may require hand washing. Consider the maintenance requirements and whether the tagine has any seasoning or care instructions for optimal performance and longevity.
Tagines are traditionally made of clay or ceramic, but you can also find cast iron or other materials. Each material has unique characteristics such as heat retention, durability, and the ability to impart specific flavors. Choose a material that aligns with your cooking preferences and maintenance requirements.
Check if the tagine is safe for use on both the stovetop and in the oven. This feature allows for versatile cooking methods, such as starting a dish on the stove and finishing it in the oven.
The distinctive conical lid of a tagine helps to circulate and condense steam, ensuring that moisture is retained during cooking. Ensure that the tagine's design includes this characteristic for authentic and flavorful results.
Consider the size of the tagine based on the number of people you typically cook for and the types of dishes you plan to prepare. Smaller tagines are suitable for individual or couple servings, while larger ones are ideal for family-sized meals.