American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A cylindrical oven made of clay, heated to a high heat over charcoal or wood, and used in India for baking bread and roasting meat.
- n. A cylindrical clay oven used, in the cuisine of the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent, to make flat bread, or to cook meat.
- n. a clay oven used in northern India and Pakistan
- From Hindustani तन्दूर (tandūr) / تندور (tandūr), from Persian تنور (tanur), from Arabic تَنُّور (tannūr), ultimately from Akkadian (tinūru), all meaning oven. (Wiktionary)
- Hindi and Urdu tandūr, from Persian, variant of tannūr, from Middle Persian, from Arabic, from Akkadian tinūru, oven. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Atta Chicken, which roughly translates to 'dough' chicken, dates back to a time in Punjab Province when every little house had a brick oven, known as a tandoor.”
“A tandoori oven, known as a tandoor, is cylindrical and used for cooking meat dishes plus breads like nan and roti.”
“A most popular Indian / Pakistan chicken dish which is cooked in a clay oven called a tandoor; this is extremely popular in the West and appears on the majority of the restaurant menus.”
“According to the menu, a tandoor is a traditional pitcher-shaped clay oven used to cook meat and bread in ancient India.”
“For the longest time I thought the "tandoori" in "tandoori chicken" referred to some kind of blend of spices used to marinate the meat, not realizing that there is actually a cylindrical clay oven called a tandoor for cooking all sorts of meats and veggies.”
“Originally from the Punjab region of India, this dish consists of chicken, usually skinless, that’s marinated in yogurt and spices and then cooked at high heat in a clay oven known as a tandoor.”
“B industry to his new role as Chef de Cuisine of the Indian restaurant, many of which have been spent perfecting Bukhara cuisine - involving the delicate cooking of kebabs in a traditional 'tandoor' clay oven - in two of India's most renowned restaurants specialising in this culinary tradition.”
“The different types of Naan, a bread baked in a tandoor which is a clay oven, are especially delicious.”
“It's not hard to find an Afghan 'tandoor' or 'bhati' bakery on the many congested streets of”
“Ten years ago, she opened a 'tandoor' restaurant (where one can buy two pieces of subsidised 'roti' - unleavened bread - and get a plate of curry or vegetables for free) for the daily wage earners in a poor locality of Karachi, which she has since expanded to three.”
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