Netherton Foundry cast iron electric tagine with a Rachel Frost hand thrown & hand painted smoke sunset ceramic lid. (2017 model)
Electric Heater base with 3 cooking settings:
High - 220 watts, Low - 150 watts and Keep Warm - 70 watts (use this for extra slow cooking).
1 metre cord with plug.
Cast iron 7 pint (4 litre) oven safe bowl.
Glazed ceramic tagine lid.
British oak knobs and feet on tagine lid and heater base.
Cook authentic and exotic North African dishes
Perfect for kitchen to table service, elegant and impressive.
Remove the lid to use the cast iron bowl for perfect risotto and the ultimate apple crumble.
Suitable for stove top cooking on gas and electric hobs, including ceramic, halogen and induction.
Pre-seasoned with flax oil for an easy clean finish.
Flax oil coating can be restored at home, time after time.
Check with hob manufacturer to ensure suitability.
This is what people are saying about our Electric Tagines........
CUSTOMER REVIEW: J.Sanders. 11 Oct 2013
I have a slow cooker already but somehow this Tagine is not only pleasing on the eye. But cooks delicious food tasty food.
CUSTOMER REVIEW: Electric Ceramic Tagine with Cast Iron Bowl Mary B 18 May 2013
This is a piece of kitchen equipment that I do not want to hide away in a cupboard. It is attractive to look at and is just amazing to cook in. The cast iron pan does not burn the food and it is so easy to use placing it directly from hob after pre-cooking to its own electric heat source, cutting down on use of other pots and pans. We are just so "in love" with our new Tagine, can't wait to use it again!
CUSTOMER REVIEW: Mrs. Diane Bentley, Yorkshire
The first thing to note about this product is it's quality. It's heavy, beautiful looking, beautifully manufactured, and you just know it's going to last for years.
The next thing you find is a delightful ribbon bound recipe file with lots of very unusual recipes that you don't find in the normal tagine cookbooks.
I've tried out several of the new recipes - all lovely. The electric base is easy to clean and very responsive to it's temperature control - not only high and low, but an additional setting to maintain a serving temperature without over cooking.
But the best thing of all for me is that as the tagine base is cast iron, it can go directly on an electric/gas hob too.
This means you can brown the meat/vegetables in the tagine base on a normal hob, then transfer the tagine to it's own electric base for the slow cooking.
No frying pan is therefore required.
This product is suitable for 220-240 volt power supplies.
It is supplied to all territories with a UK 13 amp plug,
excepting sales to Continental Europe where an earthed 2 pin Schuko style plug is also provided.
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Netherton Foundry, Shropshire, England.
A family business, designing & making quality traditional cookware from materials sourced in Shropshire and its neighbouring counties.