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Enhance any outdoor cooking in a tandoor affair with the addition of a tandoor oven, whether for everyday household meals or hosting guests. The captivating aroma and distinctive cooking method elevate your dishes, leaving you questioning why barbecues and grills were ever your go-to!

While historically prevalent in Western, Central, Southern Asia, and South Caucasian regions, tandoors are now emerging in Europe and various other areas as well.

Another notable aspect that sets the tandoor apart is its versatility—it isn’t limited to meat alone! These ovens accommodate a diverse range of foods, including bread, vegetables, and meat. Additionally, their ability to sustain desired temperatures for extended periods without extra heat makes them an eco-friendly and highly convenient choice for outdoor gatherings and events.

Contrasting Traditional vs Contemporary cooking in a Tandoor

A tandoor, whether cylindrical tandoor and made of clay or metal, operates using charcoal or wood for heat. Historically, it was buried in the ground to ensure consistent and high heat levels. Yet, contemporary methods have rendered tandoors more readily available.

Within the modern tandoor, its interior clay lining efficiently retains heat, ensuring uniform cooking. While a traditional tandoor relies on firewood or charcoal, the contemporary version offers convenience by allowing temperature adjustments to prevent food from burning. Employing convection, radiant heating, and smoking techniques, it imparts a unique smoky aroma and flavor to the dishes it cooks.

To enhance heat retention, we employ double stainless steel casings. This material offers increased resistance to pressure, heat, and chemical exposure, creating a remarkably durable and dependable oven designed to last a lifetime.