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Old 03-01-2010, 03:46 AM
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Hey Luke,
Great job,, chicken and bread look good. One question,,???? I have seen pics of tandori's before, some were built on an angle ? Would this help when making the bread so it would'nt drop off into the fire as easy ? You could just use some angle Iron and make some simple legs for the front .... Just a thought,,,
Cheers and cool oven
Mark

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Old 03-02-2010, 06:29 PM
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Default Re: Small Portable Tandoori Oven Build

Was just thinking that as this excellent thread is likely to inspire others to build themselves a tandoori oven - perhaps a new oven type section may be on the horizon in the not too distant future.

The functionality of this over is really unique in both design and cooking process so I am sure that it could warrant it's own section.
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Old 03-15-2010, 07:10 PM
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too cool...what keeps the chicken from sliding off ?
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Hey....I have my own wood fired oven.......and I keep hearing discussions about sticking naan to the dome of the oven........

Now, I have measured the dome of my oven while the floor is about 750 degrees F.......and the temp often runs about 1100 degrees F.......although that is at the upper range of my IR thermometer which costs about $49......so it may be hotter up there........OR IT MAY BE COLDER....THINK i TRUST A $49 MEASURING DEVICE?

I HAVE NO INTENTION OF EVER STICKING MY HAND ANYWHERE NEAR THE DOME OF MY OVEN. OH NO....i AIN'T GONNA DO THAT. I DON'T BELIEVE THE HAIR IS EVER GOING TO COME BACK ON MY KNUCKLES........I LOST THE LAST OF THE HAIR ON MY KNUCKLES GRILLING 36 RACKS OF RIBS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SHRINERS HOSPITAL IN SACRAMENTO.
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