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Posted 15th Jan 2019Edited by:"Naaz91"

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Good to give as a gift to someone who loves Indian food

Tandoori pot with basmati rice and Tikka curry paste.
Includes Stoneware ceramic tandoori pot and lid with 500g Sainsbury's basmati rice and 200g Sainsbury's Tikka curry paste.
Gift boxed.
Tandoori pot is dishwasher safe but not microwavable. Not inteded for use on a hob.
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WTH is a 'tandoori pot', and what do you do with it??
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I thought this was an Air Freshener for the moment.
WTH is a 'tandoori pot', and what do you do with it??
Imagine your mate telling you hes brought you a pot of curry and rice.... but you gotta cook it yourself !
perhaps this is to send up to space for astronauts?
Anyone know if it comes with a recipe book/user instructions?
This was clearly devised by a committee. I cook a fair few curries and I can't think what this has to do with tandoori, other than looking slightly tandoor shaped. I guess it would be quite nice for serving rice in.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 15th Jan 2019
davidridge113 m ago

Anyone know if it comes with a recipe book/user instructions?


Not according to the reviews. It seems like a glorified tagine so you basically put your ingredients in, put the lid on and slow cook.
TechnoDonkey15/01/2019 11:29

This was clearly devised by a committee. I cook a fair few curries and I …This was clearly devised by a committee. I cook a fair few curries and I can't think what this has to do with tandoori, other than looking slightly tandoor shaped. I guess it would be quite nice for serving rice in.


I think it gives the tandoori taste that you would get in a restaurant :/
davidridge143 m ago

Anyone know if it comes with a recipe book/user instructions?


Cooking Instruction as per individual food package.
Naaz9115/01/2019 12:00

I think it gives the tandoori taste that you would get in a restaurant :/


I bet it exactly replicates the 500 degrees of a tandoor and creates that delicious smoky, taste.

The more I think about this the more hilariously inept an idea it is - ‘let’s put some curry paste and a bag of rice in a pot and call it a tandoori pot. They could have at least bunged some spices together in a nice packet.

Having said that, the pot does look decent enough for 6 quid.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 15th Jan 2019
TechnoDonkey15/01/2019 13:42

I bet it exactly replicates the 500 degrees of a tandoor and creates that …I bet it exactly replicates the 500 degrees of a tandoor and creates that delicious smoky, taste. The more I think about this the more hilariously inept an idea it is - ‘let’s put some curry paste and a bag of rice in a pot and call it a tandoori pot. They could have at least bunged some spices together in a nice packet. Having said that, the pot does look decent enough for 6 quid.


Well they have included tikka curry paste which has all the spices you would need for this dish!
Naaz9115/01/2019 18:48

Well they have included tikka curry paste which has all the spices you …Well they have included tikka curry paste which has all the spices you would need for this dish!


Might as well have thrown in a JustEat voucher
TechnoDonkey15th Jan

Might as well have thrown in a JustEat voucher


And sneaked out of the restaurant with a tandoori pot.
TechnoDonkey15/01/2019 13:42

I bet it exactly replicates the 500 degrees of a tandoor and creates that …I bet it exactly replicates the 500 degrees of a tandoor and creates that delicious smoky, taste. The more I think about this the more hilariously inept an idea it is - ‘let’s put some curry paste and a bag of rice in a pot and call it a tandoori pot. They could have at least bunged some spices together in a nice packet. Having said that, the pot does look decent enough for 6 quid.


Do not forget the fact it is ceramic and a tandoor oven would traditional be clay so the only real link is the 200g pot of tikka paste and that is tenuous
thomasleep15/01/2019 23:49

Do not forget the fact it is ceramic and a tandoor oven would traditional …Do not forget the fact it is ceramic and a tandoor oven would traditional be clay so the only real link is the 200g pot of tikka paste and that is tenuous


If someone bought me this I’d use it to store rice or pasta.
TechnoDonkey16/01/2019 09:04

If someone bought me this I’d use it to store rice or pasta.


About the best idea for it really, as it is 25cm tall so kinda makes it a squeeze in most ovens, but perfect for spaghetti.
thomasleep1 h, 30 m ago

About the best idea for it really, as it is 25cm tall so kinda makes it a …About the best idea for it really, as it is 25cm tall so kinda makes it a squeeze in most ovens, but perfect for spaghetti.



Squeeze in most ovens. Must be small ovens. Most have moveable grids.
Edited by: "davidridge1" 16th Jan 2019
I bought this, it is enormous and I doubt whether it would fit small ovens. Best use for it would be as a large casserole or tagine which it would excel at, can't really see the tandoor connection. Fantastic value for £6 though.
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