baked or cooked in a tandoor:
a plural of tandoor.
noun, plural tandoors, tandoori
[tahn-doo r-ee] /tɑnˈdʊər i/ (Show IPA). Indian Cookery.
a cylindrical clay oven, fired to a high heat by wood or charcoal, in which foods, especially meats, are cooked and bread is baked.
an Indian method of cooking meat or vegetables on a spit in a clay oven
(as modifier): tandoori chicken
company A US company, the parent company of Radio Shack, makers of the TRS-80 and other early personal computers. (1995-02-28)
noun 1. a Polynesian god of fertility.
[tuh-nin toun-jee] /təˈnɪn ˈtaʊn dʒi/ noun 1. a mountain range in NW Thailand and SE Burma, rising to a height of 7000 feet (2134 meters).
noun 1. Roger Brooke, 1777–1864, U.S. jurist: chief justice of the U.S. 1836–64.