Beautiful beaches, lush greenery, fascinating nightlife and lip-smacking food, these are a few words that describe Goa at its best. From its capital Panaji to several beaches and markets, you will find an array of stalls selling a variety of authentic Goan dishes. Ros omelette to chicken cutlet pao, vindaloo and more, all these street foods are nothing less than a heaven on the taste buds. So, if you love Goan food and want to try it at home with some simple steps, then we are here to help! From the shores of beautiful Goa, we bring you a list of 5 Goan street food recipes soaked in those coastal flavours. Wondering what those recipes are? Read on.
Here's A List Of 5 Goan Street Food Recipes You Must Try At Home:
1. Chicken Cutlet Pao
The succulent and juicy piece of meat/chicken in combination with rava (semolina) fried bread is a 'heaven in a bun'. Served with freshly grated veggies and hot sauce makes it a perfect dish for an evening snack. Click here for the recipe.
2. Ros Omelette
Here we bring you another delectable recipe. Locally called ras omelette (read: rassamlette), it is masala omelette dunked in a super spicy gravy, made with crunchy veggies like onion, coconut milk, curry leaves, mustard seeds and spices. Click here for the complete recipe.
3. Gadbad Ice Cream
The name may sound weird, but the taste will satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. More like sundaes, Gadbad Ice cream is one of the must-try desserts of Goa. It is a combination of two or three different ice creams topped with falooda, vermicelli, jelly or jam and served in a tall glass. Click here for the recipe.
4. Pork Vindaloo
Made with a pool of spicy dry masalas, pork pieces and generous amounts of vinegar, this meaty recipe is tangy, zesty and citrusy. If you are someone who loves spicy and tangy food, this recipe is a must-try! Find the complete recipe here.
5. Goan Poi
If you're looking for street food that you can enjoy without any guilt, the Goan Poi can be your best friend! This whole-wheat bun pairs perfectly with curries, butter, chai, and even sweet spreads. It is more like a staple bread in Goa.
So, now you can enjoy the flavours of Goan street food at home. Isn't it the best part? Try these recipes this weekend and indulge! Let us know which one turned out to be your favourite one in the comment section below. Happy Weekend!