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If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to spice up your meals, you might want to try cooking with a tagine pot. What’s a tagine pot, you ask? Well, it’s a traditional Moroccan cookware that looks like a clay cone with a hole at the top. It’s both a pot and a plate, so you can cook and serve your food in the same dish. How cool is that?
Tagine pots have been around for centuries, and they were invented by the nomads of North Africa. They needed a way to make tasty food with limited resources, so they came up with this ingenious solution. They would fill the pot with meat, vegetables, spices, and water, and place it over a low fire. The cone-shaped lid would trap the steam and flavor inside, creating a moist and tender stew that was full of aroma.
Over time, tagine pots have changed and adapted to different cultures and cuisines. Some are simple and plain, while others are colorful and ornate. Some are made for cooking, while others are just for serving. Our tagine pots can do both!
Cooking with a tagine pot is not difficult, but it does take some practice and attention. You can’t just throw it on a high flame and hope for the best. You need to use a heat diffuser and start with a low heat, slowly increasing it as needed. This will prevent your pot from cracking due to sudden temperature changes. And when you’re ready to serve it, don’t put it on a cold surface, or you’ll risk breaking it. Use a wooden board or a trivet instead.
Are you excited to get your own tagine pot now? Just visit our shop site (link below) and look for “TAGINE” to see the three options we have in stock. And don’t miss the 25% off coupon that expires soon! Scroll down to get it!