After 2 1/2 years a small chunk on the bottom of the Tandoor has broken off. No need to panic I have cut a piece from a throwaway BBQ and put that on top. Job done and I carry on cooking using my Tandoor. Or I could have spent £3 and buy a new replacement pot.
Even when you are not using the pizza oven, it brings pleasure to you as it looks good in the garden.
Look we all like comfort food, and chips are a particular favourite of mine, and nothing beats fresh hot chips eaten at the chippie or on the sea front. The trouble is you then feel guilty about how unhealthy they are. Well this video is for you as I help to ease your conscience and make low fat chips like you get at the chippie.
Think about it how is this different to a jacket potato? You have just taken the same potato and spray it with 20 cals or less. Trust me this are fantastic eaten straight out of the oven with salt and vinegar. Also you don't have to use a Tandoor, you could easily cook these on a tray in your oven.
Now I have already made a video on lighting the Tandoor, but I had a lot of people complaining about be using BBQ lighter gel as they concerned about the chemicals. Well I have changed the way I light the Tandoor, and I am really pleased with this method. So in this video I show you how to light the Tandoor using Doritos, home made fire lighters and a charcoal starter.
Summer must be here as I am getting lots of questions on the Pizza oven with several people asking me to review mine. Well here you are:
This time it is from Jason in Australia, and you can't but be impressed with his naans. This was the first time he had cooked naan, and look how they have puffed up with no visible signs of burning.
So I have to give a special thanks for Jason allowing me to share his pictures on the blog, and I hope Jason's success will inspire you also.
Now if you don't believe me when I say the Tandoor is easy to build, I have also included Jason's email below where he shares his experiences:
Gday Nick, Thanks for your videos on YouTube on how to make a flowerpot tandoor. I made one in an hour last Sunday and have used it three times this week. We have cooked Naans twice, lamb and as I write this I am cooking marinated chicken on skewers I bought today. The design is so simple and easy to make. Thanks again.
Jason Western Australia
As you all know I make videos for YouTube, but I struggle with time to make and edit these videos. The area that causes me the most issues is the sound, and I spend the bulk of my time editing the audio. I have been thinking for some time how could I improve the audio without spending too much. So I found three budget external microphones, the Takstar SGC-598, BOYA Lavalier lapel mic BY-M1, and the Bolun WR-601 wireless microphone. In the video below you can see/hear how they all performed:
As I am sure you have gathered I am really pleased with the TakStar SGC-598 and will using that with my future videos.
Well what can I say?