Tagine Flame Rouge

The word tagine refers to both the contents and the container. A tagine is a dish made from glazed clay, which has a lid like a pointed hat, allowing the steam to circulate inside. All recipes cooked in this type of dish are also called tagine.

Emile Henry FlameĀ® uses a unique ceramic technology that works beatifully both in the oven and on the hob, even cooking on gas. We’re building up quite a following. Says Rose Prince in the Telegraph ‘I leapt at the chance to try a new ceramic tatin dish that can be used above and below. It is made from Flameware and is cheaper than copper’, but without a trace of metal FlameĀ® is even at home in the microwave.

Not suitable for use on an aga or induction hob.