The Emile Henry Tagine comes in a variety of sizes and is named for the aromatic Moroccan stew that it's designed to cook. This versatile and handsome vessel features a tall, conical lid that locks in aromatic steam and continuously bastes. This cooks foods in their own juices which layers and creates depth of flavor - a great feature and technique for any type of stew or braised recipe. Made from proprietary HR Ceramic, the tagine is designed for stovetop, broiler, oven, microwave, or grill.
Since 1850, Emile Henry has produced in France a large range of high quality ceramic cooking utensils. With a 10 year guarantee, our products are made from natural materials and have been designed and manufactured in France, in Southern Burgundy. Controlled production, without waste, is part of our daily commitment: the CO2 expelled from our workshops is particularly low thanks to our modern firing techniques that require less energy. The waste in general is recycled and the water used in production is filtered and used again in the production process.Our dishes have always been produced in France, in Marcigny in the south of Burgundy: it is a tradition and savoir-faire which has been handed down from generation to generation. Each worker prepares his moulds, produces his dishes and signs each one with his initials. We are proud of this responsibility entrusted to each of our workers, which is a pledge of quality for all our production.Made from Flame Ceramic, our tagine can be used either directly on the heat or in the oven, and allows you to make delicious tagines, stews and any other recipe which requires simmering. It can be used on all direct heat sources: gas, electric or halogen (with an induction disk for induction hobs) and in the oven. Our Flame ceramic has been designed specifically for slow simmering, which brings out the flavours in the recipe. The lid has a unique shape, which allows the steam to circulate and helps keep the ingredients tender and moist. Ideal for 6-10 servings. All Emile Henry products are made in France and offer a ten years guarantee.