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Ratio for subbing Ras El Hanout blend for individual spice measurements?

by MSK 10 months ago

I have a Tagine recipe calling for almost all the individual ingredients in Ras El Hanout and want to substitute the blend for the recipe line items. I am trying to figure out the ratio? It seems l...

Where to buy a tagine?

by Atahualpa 15 years ago

I'm in the market for a Tagine. I'm looking for something reasonably authentic and reasonably cheap ($45 or less). Does anyone have a suggestion on where I should check out? Also, any recommendatio...

Whole Chicken In A Tagine?

by blondelle 14 years ago

This should be better than making it in a Dutch oven where the higher sides would prevent browning. The plan would be to brown the bottom of the chicken in the tagine, and then season and add veggi...

Ceramic tagine (Staub): **Yikes** I guess now I need a stovetop heat diffuser?

by tadasana 12 years ago

Has anyone in Chowland used a stovetop trivet or heat diffuser with a ceramic tagine? Here's my sad tale: I just impulse-purchased a pear-green Staub ceramic tagine at Tuesday Morning for $42. S...

Tagine Comparisons? Pressure cooker?

by Sigurd 2 years ago

I love the look of the Moroccan tagine(tajine) but I have no experience with them. Aside from the gorgeous shape (not a small consideration :) ), what is it like to cook with them? Can I achieve...

Advice on North African Food Near the Institut du Monde Arabe Please

by therealdoctorlew 2 years ago

We'll be near there and want a good couscous or tagine, but not at the Institut itself. We found three nearby: l'Atlas, la Bievre, and la Soummam. Any experience or advice would be appreciated.

Do you need a tagine to make tagine?

by brooklynmasala 15 years ago

Is there a big difference when making tagine with and without the tagine? I don't need any more specialized cookware in my apt but would love to make tagine. Thanks.


by sweetfern 10 years ago

Big question! The tagine pot and its lid--in the use of TRADITIONAL tagine pot--does the lid have a hole in its top or not? I am really confused about this. The "modern" tagines DO NOT have a...

Emile Henry Tagine: safe to go from simmer on oven to hot stove?

by roseye 3 years ago

Hi. I just got an Emile Henry tagine, charcoal, the larger size, (chosen because we have a glass top, non-induction stove and i’m not comfortable w having to use a diffuser on it.) Several Paula Wo...

Should I invest in a tagine, a braiser, or a cast iron skillet?

by SJR70124 4 years ago

Hello everyone! I'm new here, and I received a gift certificate for a kitchen store, and I was going to get a large cast iron skillet, but the beautiful tagines really caught my eye. I gather the ...

Question for tagine users

by SJR70124 4 years ago

Hi everyone, I'm new here, and wasn't sure if I should post here, or in Home Cooking. I received a gift certificate for a kitchen store, and I was going to get a large cast iron skillet, but the b...

Costly culinary tools that you own that don't get much use, or that have caused you buyers remorse.

by letsindulge 8 years ago

My top 3 are: http://cookware.lecreuset.com/cookware/product_Moroccan-Tagine_10151_-1_20002_10103_ http://www.cameronsproducts.com/stovetop-smoker http://www.knifemerchant.com/product.asp?...

Stovetop clay tagine cooking -- can I heat to a simmer without a diffuser?

by Kate Cortesi 9 years ago

I love my clay Le Souk cooking tagine, but have only been cooking in the oven with it because I couldn't get it hot enough with the diffuser for a good simmer - but was I just too impatient waiting...

Where can I buy cazuelas and tagines in Canada?

by t1m 6 years ago

I love cooking with Spanish cazuelas. They are great for stews and sauces on the stovetop, and for roasting in the oven. They look great on the table, and so are versatile for serving. In Spain,...

Seasoning new clay tajine

by borisabrams 6 years ago

Hi all, I recently brought a nice big clay tajine. I am unsure how to go about the seasoning for it. The two guys in the shop disagreed greatly however. One man told me to rub a raw garlic clo...

Tagine (Croton-on-Hudson): no corkage fee 2/28

by Elisa515 6 years ago

Title says it all. Bring a treasured bottle (or even not so treasured, I guess) to dinner tonight at Tagine, and they'll serve it without charging a corkage fee.

Tagine on an Electric Coil Stovetop

by cobbljock 6 years ago

My sister bought me a tajine for Christmas. She is living in Morocco, so she got it locally, and has given me a number of great-looking recipes for use in it. However, she has been using hers on a ...

Tagine (Croton-on-Hudson) accepts reservations now

by Elisa515 7 years ago

Just got an email from Tagine. They're accepting reservations now either through their website or by phone.

Tagine to Purchase?

by morgij 15 years ago

I'm looking to purchase a cooking tagine, preferably unglazed, as a gift. They appear to be in short supply so I would appreciate any input as to finding one. I have been on www.tagines.com, but ...