Could any single piece of cookware be more associated with Moroccan cuisine than a tagine? Here, then, is a list of sites where you can buy a tagine online. Vendors offering imported traditional clay and ceramic tagines are listed first, followed by modern tagines such as All-Clad®, Le Creuset®, and Emile Henry®. I'm happy to update the list with more sources, so feel free to write to let us know of other vendors.
Once you order, take the time to learn how to cook in a tagine. It's probably easier than you think!
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This is a decent launching point if you want to see modern and traditional tagines in one place. Use it for price comparison or to buy directly from Amazon.com Marketplace and other online merchants.
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Le Souk Ceramiques sells cooking tagines and ceramic tableware. The tagine products have received good reviews from customers who purchased them through Amazon.com.
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You'll find a whole lot more than just cooking tagines and serving tagines at Casablanca Market. The site also sells other ceramics, furniture, decor, and gift items.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Bram's exquisite terra cotta earthenware tagines are handcrafted in Egypt and safe for stovetop cooking and oven use. Bram also sells a variety of other clay cookware and tableware.
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Both cooking and serving tagines can be found at this Florida-based store, but there's much more for sale than just cookware. You'll also want to browse the site for imported gifts, clothing and even furniture.
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Maroque offers a nice selection of cooking tagines, decorated serving tagines and other ceramics. You can also browse the site for home decor items such as henna lamps and furniture, or indulge in some Moroccan bath products.
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A comprehensive online source for tagines of all kinds, including terracotta, cast iron, and modern flameware. You'll also find a nice selection of heat diffusers and tips on tagine cooking and care.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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At Moroccan Decor you can find glazed ceramic tagines from Rabat and Tangiers, as well as Moroccan ceramics, tea sets home decor items.
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Moroccan Bazaar – don't confuse this with the US site by the same name – sells both serving and cooking tagines, as well as tea service items, ceramics, gifts, and home decor items. They have a London showroom.
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Constructed of cast iron with a glossy enamel coating, Le Creuset tagines appear to be high-quality pieces of cookware perfectly designed for slow-cooked Moroccan stews. They're safe on all types of heat surfaces – lower heat settings are always best – and can be used in the oven as well.
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All-Clad tagines are designed with a stainless steel bottom for even heat distribution and a glazed terracotta conical top which offers the traditional return of condensed steam to the dish. Handles aren't traditional but make for easy transport of the tagine from stove to table.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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These sleek, modern tagines have the traditional shallow base and conical lid, but they're manufactured to withstand higher heat than traditional clay and ceramic tagines. If you're not glued to owning a clay or ceramic tagine imported from Morocco, these will enable you to cook a terrific Moroccan stew and look beautiful in your kitchen as well.