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Do you need a tagine to make tagine?

by brooklynmasala 12 years ago

Is there a big difference when making tagine with and without the tagine? I don't need any more specialized cookware...


DoxieCook commented 3 months ago


by sweetfern 7 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 to...


Micky commented 6 months ago

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

by roseye 10 months ago

Hi. I just got an Emile Henry tagine, charcoal, the larger size, (chosen because we have a glass top, non-induction s...


roseye commented 10 months ago

Where to buy a tagine?

by Atahualpa 12 years ago

I'm in the market for a Tagine. I'm looking for something reasonably authentic and reasonably cheap ($45 or less). Do...


Tatai commented 11 months ago

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

by SJR70124 1 year 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 ...


Smokeydoke30 commented 1 year ago

Question for tagine users

by SJR70124 1 year 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 ...


medlar commented 1 year ago

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

by Kate Cortesi 6 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 e...


sharkbyt commented 3 years ago

Where can I buy cazuelas and tagines in Canada?

by t1m 3 years ago

I love cooking with Spanish cazuelas. They are great for stews and sauces on the stovetop, and for roasting in the o...


salsailsa commented 3 years ago

Seasoning new clay tajine

by borisabrams 3 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...


Chemicalkinetics commented 3 years ago

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

by Elisa515 4 years ago

Title says it all. Bring a treasured bottle (or even not so treasured, I guess) to dinner tonight at Tagine, and they...

Tagine on an Electric Coil Stovetop

by cobbljock 4 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 numbe...


VitalForce commented 4 years ago

Tagine (Croton-on-Hudson) accepts reservations now

by Elisa515 4 years ago

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


Elisa515 commented 4 years ago

Tagine to Purchase?

by morgij 12 years ago

I'm looking to purchase a cooking tagine, preferably unglazed, as a gift. They appear to be in short supply so I wou...

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by Tom VD 12 years ago

Hi All, As a fan of Middle Eastern cooking, I was wondering where one could buy a good tagine around the Boston area...


femmevox commented 4 years ago

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Vegetables Tajine Berber Style

by moroccanchicken 4 years ago

Ingredients 2 tomatoes - sliced 1 large onion - peeled and sliced 3 medium potatoes - peeled and cut into cubes ...

TAGINE Cooking - How To?

by SilverlakeGirl 12 years ago

I bought Claudia Roden's Arabesque and noticed a number of tagine recipes including "Lamb Tagine with Carmelized Baby...


mvidibor commented 4 years ago

Tagine Anyone else gone? [Croton on Hudson]

by paris1976 6 years ago

Tagine is a new Morrocan/French restaurant in Croton on Hudson. The owners Jonathan Pratt and Craig Purdy are the own...


MisterBill2 commented 4 years ago

Moroccan Tajine - how essential is the butter/smen?

by borisabrams 4 years ago

Hi all, So I recently brought Paula Wolfert's Food of Morocco. When looking at f the tajine recipes, I notice a lo...


Caroline1 commented 4 years ago