Netherton Foundry copper tagine & cast iron bowl
Netherton Foundry copper tagine & cast iron bowl.
- Tagine lid is hand spun by Graham from solid copper sheet and hand tinned.
- Cast iron 7 pint (4 litre) oven safe casserole bowl
- Solid copper tagine lid is hand polished to a soft lustre and has a hand applied traditional tin lining and British oak knob.
- Cook authentic and exotic North African dishes
- Perfect for kitchen to table service, elegant and impressive.
- Remove the lid to use the cast iron bowl for perfect risotto and the ultimate apple crumble.
- Suitable for stove top cooking on gas and electric hobs, including ceramic, halogen and induction.
- Cast bowl is pre-seasoned with flax oil for an easy clean finish.
- Flax oil coating can be restored at home, time after time.
- The tin lining to the tagine lid is food grade approved and is the classic method of protecting the copper tagine from acidic foods and thus preventing flavour tainting.
Looking after the solid copper tagine with traditional tin lining:
- Cleaning: After use, wipe the inside and outside of the copper tagine lid with soapy water and rinse thoroughly; Don’t use an aggressive scourer or you will rapidly wear through the lining and it will require another paid visit to our workshops!
- Temperature: Do not leave copper saucepans on the hob unattended for too long, as if you boil it dry, the lining will melt (232º C / 450ºF), and it will require relining.
- Copper tagine lids may be left unattended on cast iron bowls whilst simmering but don't allow bowl to run dry.
- If you place your pan in an oven (some cooks seal meat on a hob, then finish in an oven), it is best not to go above 180º C / 356 F.
- Note: We don't recommend putting coper tagine lids in the oven.
- Wear: At home the tin lining should last for years, commercially we see pans every 1-2 years.
- The biggest causes of rapid wear are metal spoons and whisks, so please use a wooden or silicon spoons and silicon whisks.
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