The Staub Tagine (also known as Tajine) is used to cook grains such as lentils, couscous, and rice in a cast iron pot. The cone-shaped cover returns condensation directly back to the food for moist results. The Tajine can also be used to stew meats and vegetables. It is compatible with all cooktops including induction.
This unusual cookware is a great choice for dinner parties and events. The meal is served with the cover on and at the right moment the cover is removed to fill the dining area with the aroma of your dish. This dinner party tableware is sure to be a Wow factor at your next event.
The enamel coating is resistant to rust, chips, and cracks. No seasoning is required! The heavier weights allows the pan to hold heat keeping your meal warm while serving. The quartz particles enhance the browning process resist stains and can be heated to 500° F.
Staub is an investment that is meant to last for many years to come with proper care. When using your Staub cookware bring your pan slowly to a high temperature, use plastic, wood or nylon utensils only (metal utensils may damage the enamel), do not bang against hard surfaces, allow pan to cool before washing, and completely dry pan before storing. The pans are home dishwasher safe, but do not use steel wool, steel scouring pads, harsh detergents, bleach, or abrasive cleaners.
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MPN / Model #:1302823
UPC / EAN:0872078000868
Features and Product Details
Material: Cast Iron
Capacity: 1.5 Qt
Electric Stove Safe:
Gas Stove Safe:
Dimensions & Packaging Info
Size:13.4" X 13.4" X 7"
Case Pack:1 Ea.
Shipping Weight:8.70 Lbs.
Staub fully guarantees their products against defects in materials and/or craftsmanship.
The Staub warranty does not cover wear from normal use or any damage resulting from use other than the intended purpose. Wood products are not covered by the warranty as wood is a natural element and thus cannot be guaranteed.
Defective items will be repaired or replaced with similar items at the discretion of Staub.