Le Creuset Moroccan Tagine : The new Palm color is temporarily sold out. The next availability date is estimated to be May 28, 2014. We apologize for the inconvenience. This Le Creuset tagine circulates steam to retain moistness, even-heating temperature and nutrient-rich flavors of meat, chicken, poultry or vegetables. The tall inverted cone shape of enameled cast iron allows the slow infusion of spices, while retaining the unique moist taste and texture of foods. Preferred by chefs for the overall strength and durability, this heat-retentive design ensures perfect entrees. No need to lift open or stir while cooking. Extremely durable, resistant to chips, cracking and scratches. The base is made of enamel-coated cast iron and the stay-cool lid is nonporous-enameled stoneware. Will not stain, absorb moisture or retain odors. Oven-, microwave-, freezer- and dishwasher-safe. Le Creuset is consistently chosen by leading chefs, restauranteurs and home connoisseurs for its cooking advantages, performance and style. Bright color choices are the signature style at Le Creuset to enliven your world of serving and entertaining. The best gourmet meals deserve the cooking finesse of Le Creuset. Product Features Bastes food continuously for exceptionally-moist, nutrient-rich meals The tall inverted-cone shape circulates steam, allowing the slow infusion of spices while retaining the moist flavor of meat, poultry or vegetables Vitreous-enameled cast iron provides superior heat conduction for faster cooking times, ensuring all ingredients cook evenly Exceptional heat retention keeps food warmer longer than glass or metal Smooth, easy-to-clean enameled surface is resistant to chips, cracks and scratches Will not stain or retain odor or flavor of foods Foods will not react with the enameled finish Stoneware lid stays cool to the touch Bold and dynamic colors match Le Creuset enameled cast-iron cookware For nearly a century, Le Creuset has consistently been the preferred choice of chefs around the world for its cooking advantages, performance and style
We cooked on the tagine last night and really enjoyed the meal. We substituted venison for lamb, but it was really good. The cast iron base takes the heat really well and the dish was cooked just right. Easy cleanup, too.