Noori allows a wide range of features through its modularity. It allows a wide range of eating all everyone favorite food groups. Ribs and burgers! Fat pots of chili! Wood-fired pizza! And on an occasions you’re not hungry and in need of a grill, rocket stove, or pizza oven, Noori’s lid, grates, and upper chamber pop off to turn the versatile cooker into an outdoor fire pit.
Noori is a Brazilian design whose modular components facilitate cooking endless meals over either a wood fire or charcoal embers. Here’s a closer look at Noori’s 4 main uses: Rocket Stove (Fogao a lenha Rocket in Portuguese). Use Noori as a permaculture vertical stove to cook over wood fires with optimized fuel combustion. In this setup you can make recipes in pans, casseroles, or other stovetop dishes. BBQ Grill (Churrasqueira). Use wood, charcoal, or a combo of the two to sear and smoke foods on a grate. In grill form Noori’s refractory body holds heat for an extended period of time, and you can add the cooker’s lid on top to enhance your smoky flavors.
Pizza Oven (Forno de Pizza). Go wood-fired here and, based on how much you choose to burn, cook your pies fast or slow. Noori can reach a maximum temperature of around 750 degrees F, and the modular system comes with a pizza disk.
Fire Pit (Aquecedores). Go high with wood flames or create a cold night radiator with charcoal. You can set up the Noori as a wood fire pit either with its full refractory main body – the cylinder and the burner – or use just the burner with charcoal. And don’t forget to check modern fireplace and bio ethanol fireplace.