2021 was a special year for us: Tandoori Kitchen is celebrating yet another year of serving the Lafayette & East Boulder County. Tandoori Kitchen was established in Lafayette in 2018. A small restaurant established a few years ago serving local families, today we are recognising our community that has made this possible. This community is […]
A Taste of Nepal. Momos are native to Tibet, Bhutan, Nepal, and parts of India. Typically known to originate from Tibet, they have since migrated to become a comfort food staple in various regions. Momos are typically steamed dumplings with various fillings from meat to cheese and vegetables. In Kathmandu, momos are a popular comfort […]
The Indian samosa is arguably the most recognizable and widely-available Indian food there is. From street vendors to grocery stores to the menu in restaurants small and large, this delectable morsel is practically synonymous with Indian cuisine. However, much like India itself, the samosa has a surprisingly rich, diverse, and storied history, having traveled far […]
Thursday February 20th at 7PM! Karaoke night at Tandoori Kitchen Lafayette, CO.
Thank you everyone for celebrating Rose Night with us at Tandoori Kitchen Lafayette. Our second rose night was very successful and we had so much fun. We hope you had fun with your loved ones as well.
The Indian diet consists of vegetables, fruits, legumes, dairy, and also non-vegetarian foods such as fish and red meat. The prevalence of rich biodiversity in the country has made its populace predisposed towards vegetarianism. Many plant-based protein foods are also available in the country which can be consumed at any time of the day. In […]
Tandoori Cooking Cooking in tandoor uses four different techniques. Radiant heat that comes from the pit has effect akin to baking. Direct heat from charcoal allows grilling. The smoke that is produced from dripping marinade gives exclusive smoky flavor to the dishes cooked in tandoor. Hot clay walls produces effect similar to griddling. Flat breads such as […]
Have you ever had a pakora? If not, you’re missing out. Think crispy, golden, battered, and pan-fried vegetables with big curry flavor. They’re similar to a classic onion ring but somehow better. And you can use just about any vegetable you have on hand. However, we use spinach, zucchini & onions.
Part 2 of the Tandoori Kitchen 1 year anniversary movie. Thank you to all of the speakers. Art in Video by Jamee Lucas (Lafayette, CO.) Thanks again to everyone that made our first year here in Lafayette so special! We love you. Our Website: https://tandoorikitchenco.com/
Now, what is so special about the tandoori chicken? What does it taste like? Should you try it? These questions will be answered as you read on: Chicken marinated in yogurt Tandoori chicken is very special and unique since it chicken is marinated in yogurt. Can you name another dish where chicken is marinated in […]