Emile Henry Ceramic Tagine
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Not even the toughest cuts of meat can withstand the wonders of this tagine: The ceramic pot’s uniquely conical lid traps steam and uses the recondensed liquid to keep your food moist for hours, making it the ideal vessel for braises like this Chicken Tagine with Fennel, Preserved Lemon & Green Olives. It’s made from a high-fired French Burgundy clay that’s specifically designed to work with gas and electric cooktops up to 930° F—plus it’s oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe. And because it just looks so darn beautiful, you bet we’re bringing it straight from stove to table. We dare you to find a pot that can do more.
Photography by Rocky Luten & James Ransom
Details & Materials -
High-fired glazed ceramic made of French Burgundy clay
12.6" in diameter x 9.06" H and holds 3.7 quarts
Care & Notes -
Heatproof up to 930˚ F. Safe for use in oven, microwave, and on stovetop. Compatible with gas and electric cooktops. Not compatible with induction cooktops.
Freezer safe. Dishwasher safe. Do not clean with abrasive cleaning products or scouring pads.
Meet the Maker
The secret behind Emile Henry's high-quality and stunning ceramic ovenware? French Burgundy clay, which slowly diffuses cooking heat to the center of the cooking dish and then retains it. Since 1850 from their original workshop in Burgundy, they've been helping cooks bake their crispiest loaves and stew up their most decadent dinners.View Full Profile
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Bake it 'till you make it.
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