Different kind of Tandoori

Tandoori came from the word "tandoor". The tandoor is also known by another name of 'Bhatti' in India. It is a cylindrical clay used in India and Bangladesh in which food is cooked over a hot charcoal fire. Normally, lamb meat are used to cook Tandoori. Temperatures in a tandoor can approach 480°C (900°F). It is common for tandoor ovens to remain lit for long periods of time to maintain the high cooking temperature.

Today, I'm introducing you to a different kind of Tandoori delicacy which I believed you have never tried before. Anyone want to try Vagina Tandoori? wakakakaka!!

2 Aces:

Huei said...

eww!!!! akakakakkakakakkakak

omg how do these ppl give names??

Yinsi Yat said...

Hehehe! gua mana tau!

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