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Buy Online Shopping for Tandoor at Snapdeal
Tandoors are cylindrical ovens that are used to bake flatbreads or chapattis and meat. They are used all over Central and South Asia and are now available on Snapdeal – one of India’s largest online shopping platforms. Modern versions of this cookware are quite compact and can fit in your kitchen irrespective of the size of your flat. They can be gas tandoors or they can run on electricity but now induction-friendly products are also available. Tandoors today are used to make pizza and bake rotis. They come fitted with toughened glass that can withstand very high temperatures, a grill and heat reflectors.
Things to consider while buying a tandoor
Make sure that it is induction-friendly, this means that it can run on electrical and magnetic power. Also, have a look at the customer reviews online. These reviews tell you a lot about the price, value for money and fuel consumption of your bakeware. A brand may have a great review and be more expensive but over the years it may have a lower cost of maintenance and cost of ownership. Another thing of interest to a buyer would be the EMI or Equated Monthly Instalment advantage. These days Tandoors can be purchased without paying the entire price upfront. But, you must have an online shopping account with some of the banks to get this advantage. Look out for the terms of warranty and find out which all parts of the product are covered by the warranty.
Maintaining a tandoor is not an elaborate process. The only part that can be replaced is the electric coils and like in many other products like washing machines or air conditioners, they have a decent life so do not worry about their frequent replacement. And unlike the gas-based bakeware where the user had to spend a lot of time heating it up, the modern electricity based product gets heated up quickly.
Are tandoors healthy? Most users swear by them as very little oil is required while baking rotis, chapattis, making tasty pizzas, kormas, kebabs etc. So, these products go a long way in instilling good cooking practices. If you are aspiring for a slimmer waste line it is time to go in for this modern oven.
OTGs versus electric tandoors
While both of them seem similar, the electric tandoor is very different from the OTG. The latter uses microwave to cook food while the former uses heat from electricity to do the same.