The Indian Cook Shop
The place to find tools, utensils, cookware and kitchenware needed for Indian cooking
Hello, here at Indian Cook Shop we search for those hard to find, specialist Indian kitchenware, and supplement it with good quality staples such as pressure cookers, pots and pans. We partner with Amazon to ensure you get the best levels of customer service and always competitive pricing.
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A Tandoor is a special oven widely used in Indian cooking. Traditional Tandoors are built from clay and bricks and an integral part of an Indian kitchen. These days its often impractical to go down the traditional route, so we have sourced some modern alternatives.
The Nipoori Tandoor shown above is perhaps the nearest to a traditional Tandoor in a modern package. The Nipoori Combi Cooker is a triumph of innovation, a revolutionary cooker, combining a traditional charcoal BBQ with a removable hood, specifically designed to cook food tandoori style to perfection.
Simply put marinated food on skewers, when the charcoal has reached the cooking temperature. Fit the hood and place the skewers vertically inside it. No heat adjustment, turning or particular cooking skills are needed. Temperature up to 400°C are generated very quickly and maintained evenly throughout the oven. Quick, Safe and Easy. The ultimate multi purpose stove. A unique cooking experience and because of its hood, it can be used all year round whatever the weather.
Ideal for chicken tikka, skewered kebabs and other dishes.
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Try Auntie’s Recipes
Simple but delicious vegetarian dish. Add a green chilli for a bit of extra zing!read more
Elaborate rice dish served at Indian weddings. Moghul in origin and flavoured with many aromatic spices.read more
Chicken Korma Save Print Kormas probably originated in some form in Persia and were brought to India by the Moghul Empire. Recipe type: Main Course Cuisine: Northern India Ingredients 1lb (450g) chicken 1 medium onion 2 large cloves garlic ½" (1cm) root ginger ½...read more
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