- From Hindi. (Wiktionary)
- Hindi tandūri, from tandūr, tandoor; see tandoor. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Of course, I usually smoke up 25-pound turkeys covered in tandoori paste, so I have at least six hours to kill before dinner is ready.”
“2: 29 PM muddfx said ... chicken tandoori from the Indian place down the road.”
“The Moroccan tagine is directly descended from the Persian khoresht stew, and India has taken both Persia's dishes and their names into its culture; Indian staples such as tandoori, nan bread, tikka, kebab, pilaf and biriani are all Persian words.”
“Because I didn't have tandoori masala on hand for the brown curry sauce, I made it from scratch with the spices from my pantry, storing the remainder for future dishes, such as tandoori chicken.”
“Indian spice blends such as tandoori masala and garam masala are available at Campus Eastern Foods, 408 Locust St., and at World Harvest International & Gourmet Foods, 3700”
“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.”
“The open bar and kitchen create a personable dining experience, offering up authentically prepared dishes such as tandoori chicken, Peking duck, and nua kem fried rice.”
“Starters include meats from the tandoor such as tandoori chicken (RMB 42 for a half chicken) alongside numerous vegetarian options like dal makhani (RMB 38) and palak paneer (RMB 32).”
“Shiv Sena would have made 'tandoori' of Azmi: Bal Thackeray”
“Shiv Sena men would have made 'tandoori' of Azmi: Bal Thackeray”
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