Cast Iron Tagine Pot, 4 Quart, By Bruntmor (Marine Blue)
Bruntmor Cast Iron Tagine Pot
This 4 quart tagine from Bruntmor is a magical cast iron pot suited for various types of cooking. Use for everything from meat to vegetables! 4 quart Moroccan Tagine made of cast iron and colorful stoneware.
Generous rim allows for a secure grip during transport. The conical lid allows steam to circulate during cooking, which then creates condensation that drips back onto the meat, fish, or veggies, keeping food moist and full of flavor while it simmers. The beautiful bright red pot is perfect for entertaining.
Tagines Take Time
When using a tagine patience is required; let the tagine reach a simmer slowly. Poultry takes about two hours to cook, while beef or lamb may take up to four hours. Try not to interrupt the cooking by frequently lifting the lid to check on the food; that's best left toward the end of cooking when you add ingredients or check on the level of liquids.
- Slowly lift lid while cooking as steam will escape.
- Magical Pot! Oven-safe up to 500 degrees F
- Ready for immediate use, this is lighter than other types of cast iron.
- Go from kitchen to dining table, use as serveware.
- Use on stove or outdoors; slow simmer soups and stews; blend delicious flavors together.
Caring For Your Tagine
- Hand washing recommended
- After use, drain the liquid and wash with warm soapy water.
- Mild unscented soap recommended.
- Rinse well and do not soak.
The word tagine has two meanings. First, it refers to a type of North African cookware traditionally made of clay or ceramic. The bottom is a wide, shallow circular dish used for both cooking and serving, while the top of the tagine is distinctively shaped into a rounded dome or cone.Second, the word tagine refers to the succulent, stew-like dish which is slow-cooked in the traditional cookware. Typically, a tagine is a rich stew of meat, poultry or fish, and most often includes vegetables or fruit. Vegetables may also be cooked alone.
See What Our Happy Customers Had To Say
"Wow…what great cookware! I never have left a review before but considering when I was viewing this offer there were no reviews yet posted I felt I wanted to help someone choose. This is my first Tagine and my first crack at Moroccan cooking. As you can see from the pictures I had great success and my wife loved our dinner. This Tagine functioned as stated locking in the moisture and blending the spice flavors. The cast iron base is very sturdy and hold the heat well. The ceramic top is much sturdier than I thought it would be….overall VERY HAPPY with this purchase! "
" This has never left my stove top since I bought it! I love the cast iron bottom, for how easily it browns meat and cleans up quickly. I would be nervous with the traditional terra-cotta because it's so fragile, so this really works for me. I find I am cooking more meals just because it does it so easily. I feel really exotic whipping up a honey tagine or creating my own dishes in a combination of sautè and simmer, and while the cast iron may not be traditional, it works wonderfully for me. I honestly want to send one to every one of my cooking friends, it's that good."
" Well made and as described. Heavy when fully loaded, but sure to last forever! The cast iron base is deeper than most tagines, so it can be used to serve 6 easily. The rim is generously wide, so carrying it is easy. Will be using the base as a standalone skillet or casserole as it is very versatile. Very happy with this purchase. "