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Should a tagine have a hole in the lid?
Last Updated: 15th April, 2021
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Keeping this in consideration, should a tagine have a hole in the top?
Some cooking tagines have "steam release" holes in the lid. Hand made, rather than manufactured tagines may not have a steam hole because the lid does not fit tight to the base and steam can release during the cooking process.
Subsequently, question is, can you use a tagine in the oven? Tagines may also be used over small fires or in braziers over charcoal. If you use a clay or ceramic tagine in an oven, place the cold tagine in a cold oven on a rack, then set the temperature to no more than 325 to 350 F.
what can I use if I don't have a tagine?
Your trusty slow cooker does the same work as a tagine! If you don't have a slow cooker you can use a heavy, shallow baking dish. Cover tightly with foil and bake your delicious creation in a 275-300 degree oven for several hours.
What is the best tagine to buy?
- SCANPAN – Impact Tagine with Ceramic Lid.
- Le Creuset – Cast Iron & Stoneware Tagine.
- Emile Henry – Tagine.
- Castleton Home – Calisto Terracotta Round Tagine.
- LEON – Terracotta Tagine.
- Amazing Cookware – Terracotta Tagine in 'Pearlescent Green'
- Beka Cookware – Beka Tagine.
- Etnico Arredo – Moroccan Clay Tagine.