Moroccan tagine :
These stunning serving tagines are handmade in Morocco in the traditional fashion by master potters, inspired by classic Moorish traditions and local materials. Ethically sourced and shipped to your door.
Moroccans use serving tagines to present their finished dishes on tables. This Moroccan tagine is thick and substantial, allowing the food to stay warm throughout your meal. It is fully glazed to prevent staining and any flavor transfer. Can also be used to freeze food for meal prep or to serve chilled dishes.
A wonderfully unique piece of North African décor, Moroccan tagines aren’t just great for cooking and eating. Dress up your kitchen or dining room with some bohemian flair with the bold colors and flowing lines of this tagine.
Our ceramic cooking pot will make a great kitchen set for any occasion. They can be used to cook casseroles and dishes of all kinds. They are also perfect when used as a serving platter for hot food. This 2-piece hot serving tray and handmade pot are ideal for wedding anniversary gifts, bridal shower gifts, wedding gifts for the couple, mothers’ birthday gifts, kitchen gifts, wedding gift ideas, housewarming gifts for a new home, home warming gifts, Christmas gift ideas, birthday plate ceramic, or party platters and trays.
Traditionally tagine pots are made out of clay. They can be glazed or unglazed, the finish just depends on what the cook likes better. In Morocco, you’ll also see lightweight aluminum tagines. Outside of Morocco, there are more companies are making pots out of other materials like cast iron tagines or even steel tagines.
Moroccan cooking pots come in a variety of sizes. There are small cooking tagines that serve 1 or 2 people, medium for a small family, and a large tagine pot for 6+ people. If the size is a factor the smaller tagines are good but a medium-sized tagine pot is a good investment for long-term use.
Choosing the best Moroccan tagine pot for cooking has a few factors to consider;
what will you be cooking?
how much experience do you have using a tagine?
how often will you be using your tagine?
how much money do you want to spend on your tagine cookware?
Cooking in a tagine requires a little bit of experimenting until you understand how yours works. An unglazed clay tagine will cook a lot differently than a cast iron enameled tagine. For beginners who don’t want to spend a lot of time fussing with traditional clay tagines, it makes sense to opt for the glazed versions. These tend to be more expensive however you can use them to cook many different things with or without the lid.
Those who want a more traditional Moroccan tagine should look for an unglazed clay tagine. These are very easy to purchase in Morocco and make a great item to pick up if you’re visiting and want to bring something home. They also can be purchased abroad which is a good choice if you don’t want to carry the extra weight.
Note: the pieces are made by hand, in a completely artisanal way. This makes pottery unique, small differences from photos are potential1 to be expected.