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Tagine With Etched Batik Design, Tamarind
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Special Price £33.60 Regular Price £42.00
Hand thrown tagines are perfect for slow-cooking meat, fish and vegetables. Crafted using pottery skills that date back centuries, providing pots for ceremonies and everyday life. All our tagines are made by potters in Lombok Pottery Centre, a fair trade co-operative in Indonesia.Hand thrown tagines are perfect for slow-cooking meat, fish and vegetables. Crafted using pottery skills that date back centuries, providing pots for ceremonies and everyday life. All our tagines are made by potters in Lombok Pottery Centre, a fair trade co-operative in Indonesia.
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SKU: 12022
Categories: Tagines
Dimensions H23 x Dia31cm
Capacity 2 litres
Colour Tamarind
Material Earthenware Clay
Artisan Lombok Pottery Centre
Country of Manufacture Indonesia
Care instructions We recommend hand-washing in warm, soapy water with a non-abrasive sponge.
Good to know Lombok Pottery complies with the Ceramic Articles in Contact with Food (England) Regulations 2006 (EC Directives 84/500 & 2005/31EC).
Oven, microwave and hob-safe Designed for slow cooking Capacity 2 litres Hand-picked by Karti Market North African cooking pot design Lombok earthenware pottery has evolved over the centuries and generations, with skills passed down from mother to daughter. The pottery has always served a practical use, including everyday cooking, as well as ceremonial usage, hence their beautiful production. How it's made The tagine is hand thrown using a particular red earthenware clay mixture (similar to terracotta) that, once seasoned, endows them with resistance to rapid temperature changes (thermal shock) enabling them to be placed directly over an open flame without the need for a heat diffuser, or in the oven without danger of cracking. Following the firing process the pottery is skilfully pulled out while still hot using iron tongs and sprayed with natural tamarind extract which fuses with the clay to create the reddish, speckled finish. It is then decorated with a hand-etched batik design. As they are hand-formed and coloured no two items are the same and variations in the size, colour and finish can occur. Seasoning your tagine Tagines require regular seasoning before use to strengthen the pottery as well as to remove the clay taste from them. It's actually a simple task that requires a sink, water, an oven, olive oil and a timer. A product card with instructions on how to season and care for your tagine is included. We've also included an Indonesian "beef rendang" recipe - though you're not limited to making North African food with a tagine! Oven, microwave and hob-safe Designed for slow cooking Capacity 2 litres Hand-picked by Karti Market North African cooking pot design Lombok earthenware pottery has evolved over the centuries and generations, with skills passed down from mother to daughter. The pottery has always served a practical use, including everyday cooking, as well as ceremonial usage, hence their beautiful production. How it's made The tagine is hand thrown using a particular red earthenware clay mixture (similar to terracotta) that, once seasoned, endows them with resistance to rapid temperature changes (thermal shock) enabling them to be placed directly over an open flame without the need for a heat diffuser, or in the oven without danger of cracking. Following the firing process the pottery is skilfully pulled out while still hot using iron tongs and sprayed with natural tamarind extract which fuses with the clay to create the reddish, speckled finish. It is then decorated with a hand-etched batik design. As they are hand-formed and coloured no two items are the same and variations in the size, colour and finish can occur. Seasoning your tagine Tagines require regular seasoning before use to strengthen the pottery as well as to remove the clay taste from them. It's actually a simple task that requires a sink, water, an oven, olive oil and a timer. A product card with instructions on how to season and care for your tagine is included. We've also included an Indonesian "beef rendang" recipe - though you're not limited to making North African food with a tagine!