Collection: Tagines

26 products
  • Moroccan Handmade Serving Tagine Exquisite Ceramic With Vivid colors Traditional 10 inches Across
    Moroccan Handmade Serving Tagine Exquisite Ceramic With Vivid colors Traditional 10 inches Across - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Medium Simple Cooking Tagine Lead Free
    Moroccan Medium Simple Cooking Tagine Lead Free - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Cooking Tagine
    Moroccan Cooking Tagine - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Medium Cooking Tagine 10 inches
    Moroccan Medium Cooking Tagine 10 inches - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade 100% Lead Free Safe Large 12 inches Across Traditional
    Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade 100% Lead Free Safe Large 12 inches Across Traditional - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Large Lead Free Cooking Tagine None Glazed 12 Inches Authentic Food
    Moroccan Large Lead Free Cooking Tagine None Glazed 12 Inches Authentic Food - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Cooking Tagine
    Moroccan Cooking Tagine - PHUNUZ
  • Brazier Charcoal Majmar for Medium to Extra Large Cooking Tagines
    Brazier Charcoal Majmar for Medium to Extra Large Cooking Tagines - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade Lead Free Safe Medium 10 inches Across Traditional
    Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade Lead Free Safe Medium 10 inches Across Traditional - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade 100% Lead Free Safe Large 12 inches Across Traditional
    Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade 100% Lead Free Safe Large 12 inches Across Traditional - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Lead Free Cooking Tagine Glazed X-Large 13 Inches in Diameter Authentic Food
    Moroccan Lead Free Cooking Tagine Glazed X-Large 13 Inches in Diameter Authentic Food - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Cooking Tagine Medium Lead Free Traditional Handmade
    Moroccan Cooking Tagine Medium Lead Free Traditional Handmade - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade Lead Free Safe Glazed Medium 10 inches Across Traditional
    Moroccan Cooking Tagine Handmade Lead Free Safe Glazed Medium 10 inches Across Traditional - PHUNUZ
  • Cooks Standard TAGINE, 4.5-QT, white
    Cooks Standard TAGINE, 4.5-QT, white - PHUNUZ
  • Zelancio Moroccan Cast Iron Tagine - 2.4 Qt Enameled Cast Iron Tangine with Ceramic Lid for Different Cooking Styles and Temperature Settings, 7” Base x 8” Tall, Teal
    Zelancio Moroccan Cast Iron Tagine - 2.4 Qt Enameled Cast Iron Tangine with Ceramic Lid for Different Cooking Styles and Temperature Settings, 7” Base x 8” Tall, Teal - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Lead Free Cooking Tagine 100% handmade Clay Cookware
    Moroccan Lead Free Cooking Tagine 100% handmade Clay Cookware - PHUNUZ
  • Emile Henry Made In France Flame Tagine, 2.1 quart, Burgundy
    Emile Henry Made In France Flame Tagine, 2.1 quart, Burgundy - PHUNUZ
  • Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Moroccan Tagine, 2.5 qt., Cerise
    Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Moroccan Tagine, 2.5 qt., Cerise - PHUNUZ
  • Raphael Rozen Tagine Cooking Pot Original Handmade Clay 10 Quart Cooking Dish Family Size Recipe Book
    Raphael Rozen Tagine Cooking Pot Original Handmade Clay 10 Quart Cooking Dish Family Size Recipe Book - PHUNUZ
  • Tagine Moroccan Cast Iron 4 qt Cooker Pot- Caribbean One-Pot Tajine Cooking with Enameled Ceramic Lid- 500 F Oven Safe Dish
    Tagine Moroccan Cast Iron 4 qt Cooker Pot- Caribbean One-Pot Tajine Cooking with Enameled Ceramic Lid- 500 F Oven Safe Dish - PHUNUZ
  • Kamsah Hand Made and Hand Painted Tagine Pot | Moroccan Ceramic Pots For Cooking and Stew Casserole Slow Cooker (Large, Classic Bohemian Blue)
    Kamsah Hand Made and Hand Painted Tagine Pot | Moroccan Ceramic Pots For Cooking and Stew Casserole Slow Cooker (Large, Classic Bohemian Blue) - PHUNUZ
  • Emile Henry Made In France Flame Tagine, 3.7 quart, Burgundy
    Emile Henry Made In France Flame Tagine, 3.7 quart, Burgundy - PHUNUZ
  • Cast Iron Tagine Pot w/knob, Enameled Fire Red Cast Iron Lid, 4 Quart, By Bruntmor
    Cast Iron Tagine Pot w/knob, Enameled Fire Red Cast Iron Lid, 4 Quart, By Bruntmor - PHUNUZ
  • Moroccan Tagine, by Kook, Ceramic Lid, Cast Iron Base, Red, Stove Safe, 2.5qt
    Moroccan Tagine, by Kook, Ceramic Lid, Cast Iron Base, Red, Stove Safe, 2.5qt - PHUNUZ

Make Your Own Delicious Tagines

Tagines

DescriptionA tagine or tajine is an earthenware pot, also known as maraq in Arabic. It's also known as marafa or hardhat. It's a dish that's deep fried and cooked on a fire. This dish is one of the most popular dishes of Morocco and is commonly used by Moroccanians and tourists alike. There is no particular name for this dish in Morocco but many have come up with their own version of the traditional Moroccan dish. The tagine pot is one of the many items in this type of pot that's been created over time.

 

Origin/tymology/history. tagines is derived from the Berber language of Morocco. It is said that it was created by the Berbers when they discovered an animal fat that rots in hot water. The animal fat was later used to create utensils and food. Over time, the dish became known as tagine.

 

Cooking. The tagine pot is made in a way similar to a frying pan. The egg whites are added to the heated engine and cooked with the meat fat. This makes a delicious dish that is served with dessert.

 

A variety of variations have been made in order to make the dishes more exciting to the taste buds. These variations include making engines with different types of sauces, meats, cheeses, and fruits. In addition, engines can also be made without using any egg at all and this is called a tagine egg.

 

Many Moroccan homes have their own kitchen, where a lot of effort goes into cooking every day. With the use of modern appliances, this can now be done at home. Many people have taken this venture up and are making their very own versions of engines. They choose the recipe that they like best and then just tweak the recipe to suit their taste.

 

It is common to buy Tagines from the local market but nowadays you can also find them online. You can also get your hands on some really tasty Tagines at restaurants around town. It may be a little more expensive to buy them online but you can get them shipped to your door with no problems. Just make sure you check the ingredients. Some restaurants will offer free delivery to your place so check them out as well. Just remember to ask about the expiration date so you don't eat expired ingredients.

 

There are many different types of meat used for engines, but the most commonly used are pigeon meat, chicken, and beef. These are used because the skin of these meats are easy to peel and they also come in very handy when it comes to serving the dish. Peeling off the skin will make the dish more exciting. Sometimes this dish is made with a mix of egg and grape seed which makes for a yummy breakfast or dessert.

 

There are many recipes for engines that you can try. Try some of them out and see what you think. There is no harm in changing some of the ingredients so that you can make something your guests will love even more. If you cannot seem to find any recipe in the stores, then just Google it. There are plenty of recipes that will show you how to make engines.

 

Another interesting type of engine is the vegetable tagine. This one can be made with any egg or non-alcoholic beverage. The ingredients of this dish include rice, eggs, vegetables, and spices. You may use cream of tomato sauce as an ingredient if you are looking for a traditional taste. Otherwise, you can leave out the cream of tomato sauce and just use eggs and rice for your egg-less tagine.

 

A dish that is made with chicken is called chicken tagine. The ingredients used in this dish include chicken, rice, and butter. This dish may be served cold or cooked. Many people prefer the uncooked dish, which is why this is their favorite choice. If you are looking for a healthy alternative to meat, then this may be just what you're looking for.

 

There are many other types of engines that you can try. Just make sure you make your own. The recipes can be very easy and simple. All you need is to be creative when making them. You never know, you might end up having your very own signature dish that you can be proud of. So if you haven't tried Tagines yet, try them now.