When it comes to slow-cooking, nothing compares to lifting the lid off a tagine at the dining table, revealing the perfect Moroccan lamb within. As perfect in function as it is in design, this is traditional ceramic ware at its best. Graupera have been producing traditional ceramic cookware in Spain for over 60 years.
All the Graupera tagines are made from the three elements of nature, earth, water and ?re. Fused the roots of classic ceramic elaboration with modern designs that keep it’s natural essence. Thanks to an extensive variety of glazes, all tagines made by Graupera resist direct ?re, microwaves, oven, vitroceramic, dishwasher and frozen.
Before Use - To season a new dish, we recommend adding about 1 inch of milk to cover the bottom of the dish. Let the milk simmer for five minutes. Remove the dish from heat and allow it to cool before cleaning. You can also simmer one quart of water with 1/2 cup of rice for five minutes instead of the milk.
Small cracks in the glaze - When heated, the Flame-top cookpot expands slightly. This phenomenon creates small, thin cracks in the glaze, which are especially visible on light colored cookware. These small cracks are not a flaw, but are proof that the Flame-top cookware is resistant to temperature change and is a sign of longevity.