Black Friday Special: $49.95 and Free Shipping! Mason Cash tagines are internationally famous! After all, tagines are the name for both a classic Moroccan food and the dish they're cooked in. What is tagine and why should you take a trip into exotic food with us? Tagine recipes are usually stews cooked slowly at low temperatures, resulting in tender meat with aromatic vegetables and sauces.
Tagines range from meat-heavy stews to easy breakfast casserole dishes. Cooking and braising food in tagines is delicious, healthy and easy, resulting in tender, succulent, natural and vitamin-rich healthy dishes. This glazed Purple tagine is a rich and vibrant accent to any kitchen. The glaze makes clean up easier and the unique and beautiful color is sure to stand out on yoru table.
Care & Use Instructions
- Before using your tagine for the first time, hand wash in warm soapy water then soak it in water for 20 minutes.
- Oven safe up to 350 °F.
- Always use oven mitts or towels to ensure the safe handling of the tagine when hot.
- Special care should be taken when removing the lid. Lift slowly, angling the lid away from you and allow the steam escape safely. Use a trivet or a towel to rest the tagine on. DO NOT place hot items directly onto work surfaces or tabletops as it may damage the surface. Allow to cool before washing. DO NOT pour cold water into hot tagine or it may crack.
- IMPORTANT: Tagines ARE NOT dishwasher safe. Do not put in dishwasher.
About Mason Cash
The English pottery that eventually became Mason Cash originates in the early nineteenth century in Church Gresley, a village in Derbyshire. The name 'Mason' comes from a Master Potter, "Bossy" Mason who was running the pottery at the time it was acquired by Tom Cash in 1901. The Mason Cash Mixing bowl design has remained unchanged for almost 100 years, and the classic white pudding basins have remained the same for almost 200.
Mason Cash dishware and bowl setss represent a return to fundamentals: kitchen essentials crafted with pride, and meant to last a lifetime. Even as the line evolves to include more exotic items like these stunning Tagines, Mason Cash maintains a focus on high quality cookware, mixing bowls, and baking accessories. There’s a nostalgic feeling towards Mason Cash and each handcrafted piece is an heirloom that you can hand down to your children.