FAQ about Tandoor Oven

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Shipping Tandoor Oven for Restaurant & Home

  • If you are looking for a restaurant, measure the entry door and see what maximum size Tandoori Oven can come inside.
  • If you are looking to buy home tandoor, consider the number of family members you have.
  • If you would like to make Tandoori Naan bread, choose the Tandoor with the small mouth opening.
  • If you would like to cook large portions of meat, choose a commercial Restaurant Tandoor as they will retain heat for much longer time.
  • The first time you use your Tandoor, slowly increase the temperature to bake and harden the clay walls. Start with very little heat and slowly increase it inside the Gas Tandoor Oven.
  • Hairline cracks may form during curing, but this is normal and won’t affect performance.
  • The slower you increase the temperature during the first use, the fewer hairline cracks will develop.
  • Open the crate in the presence of the driver and check the Tandoor for any visual damage before signing shipping acceptance documents.
  • If there is any damage, the driver should witness it and add his signature. In such cases, it’s recommended to reject the delivery.
  • Do not unpack the Charcoal Tandoori Oven if the crate has obvious signs of damage. Return all crates and packaging materials in case of a damage.

Tandoor Morni USA offers curbside delivery, and we sell Portable Tandoor on wheels. It’s easy to push, but it’s advised to have help ready for moving it.

Curing the Clay Pot in the Tandoor Oven for Restaurant & Home

To cure the Tandoor Clay Pot, make a liquid paste from Mustard Oil, Spinach, Jaggery (Gur), Turmeric Powder (Haldi), and Salt. Rub this paste with a cloth on the clay walls of the Tandoor. Turn on the Tandoor at 30 percent heat and leave the burner running 8 to 10 hours every day for 4 to 5 days, keeping the top lid completely open. Afterward, clean the residue from the Tandoor walls, and it should be ready to use. Repeat this procedure once every 3-4 months.

Yes, you can leave the Backyard Tandoor outside, but it’s essential to cover it properly to protect the clay pot and gas parts from rain and water.