What is a Tagine Dish?

A Tagine dish, sometime referred to as Tajine, got its name from the pot where the dish is being cooked. This dish originated from areas of North Africa. Morrocan Tajine dish, the most well-knowned cuisine is described as slow-cooked stews braised at low temperatures, which makes the meat tender with aromatic vegetables and sauce.

European manufacturers have manufactured tajine pots with heavy cast iron bottoms to be used over a stove and withstand the heat. This kind of pot will allow the meat and vegetable to turn brown before cooking.

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