The tagine is handmade from red earthenware in Morocco and can be used for cooking some delicious dishes.
The pottery absorbs the heat evenly and then retains it for a long time. Steam condenses against the lid and drips back, so almost no water needs to be added to the dish. You can let out too much steam by, for example, placing a fork between the lid and the bowl. Use the tagine on a gas stove, electric hob or oven.
Note: Avoid extreme temperature changes as this can cause the pottery to crack.
Recommended use: before using it for the first time, place the tagine in cold water for a few hours and let it dry completely - if you do not want to use it immediately - preferably in a warm oven to prevent mold.