Does anyone have a thought or an idea on using a Kamado cooker as a Tandoori oven?
They are similar in shape. Tandoori ovens are made out of clay and the Kamado cooker is made out of ceramic, which is similar to clay. Maybe someone that has this kind of cooker can give us an idea on this.
This is what I found on their web site:
"Grill Dome is actually a contemporary version of an ancient cooker used in Asia for over 3000 years. Mostly made of earthenware and sometimes known as kamado, kayoto, hibachi etc. these cookers produced remarkable cooking results for centuries. Unlike earthenware cookers that could not withstand high temperatures and would crack due to high heat, Grill Dome is made of propriety ceramics and can be used to cook at any conceivable temperature and in the harshest of weathers. In Japanese word kamado means anything you can light a fire in, such as a grill, fireplace, fire pit etc. This cooker originated in China, and is being used in various forms and shapes in many countries."