- n. Plural form of tandoor.
“It boasts a robata grill, two Indian tandoors, an Argentinian fire pit, a Texas smoker and a wood-fired oven the size of a minibus.”
“My family and I having happily consumed it around our dinner table, I wrote this: "We recommend curries and tandoors, which not only taste fresh and succulent but actually improve with age after a couple of days in the refrigerator.”
“This drum-shaped clay oven is not commonly used in individual homes; at one time, community tandoors were common in some parts of North India, and today, tandoor ovens can be found in restaurants.”
“This is not entirely out of the question for the domestic cook - small tandoors are available for much less than a standard gas barbecue.”
“Some families in one compound have communal tandoors in which several families can bake their chapatis together.”
“His fireworks come from the two tandoors he has installed in the kitchen to produce specialties like wild boar chops, prawns and even tofu.”
“Courtesy the modern gas tandoors, a large number of restaurant workers have been severely burned.”
“Such tandoors are used to cook chicken tikka and nan bread, reports The Telegraph.”
“He supplies wood for tandoors (ovens made from mud and used to prepare bread).”
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