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The tagine, sometimes spelled tajine, comes from Moroccan cuisine and is a slow cooking pot made of pottery. A tagine consists of two parts; a bowl and a high conical lid and has about the same effect as a casserole. The evaporated moisture flows back onto the ingredients via the special dome-shaped lid. As a result, the food retains vitamins and minerals better, and the dish also remains wonderfully juicy. Have a look at our collection of tagines on the page below, including models from some of the best cookware brands on the market, such as Le Creuset and Emile Henry.

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Tagine Pot

The tagine is a pot that has its origins in Moroccan cuisine. When cooking with a tagine, condensation precipitates on the lid of the pan and this condensation then flows back into the dish, so the operation of a tagine can be compared to that of a casserole, as it acts to retain as much moisture as possible, resulting in a deliciously juicy dish. View our collection of tagines on the page above to create the must succulent meals.