Tandoori is a traditional Indian method of cooking food using the tandoor, a charcoal-fired clay oven. Shaped like a barrel, the tandoor's intense heat surrounds food quickly to seal in its natural flavors. Indian breads such as Nan and Roti are baked within seconds by placing rounds of white flour and wheat dough on the walls of the fiery-hot tandoor. Chicken, lamb, and shrimp are skewered and then cooked in the tandoor where they retain their succulent juices and taste making these kabobs a true treat. Additionally, since no fats or oils are used, tandoori cooking is a fantastic option for those focused on healthy lifestyles.

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