About Kokum and Watermelon Gazpacho Recipe: A refreshing and delicious blend of Kokum and Watermelon for a chilled, savoury soup during the monsoon season!
A well known Goan delicacy, this prawn curry with coconut is a spicy, sour curry and is also called Ambot Tik. A delicious amalgamation of spices and coconut, this is exactly what a satisfying meal ...
Prawns marinated and cooked with turmeric, chilli and garlic. Served hot with a garnish of coconut and curry leaves.
About Prawn Tikka Masala Recipe: Prawns are important types of seafood popularly consumed all around the world due to a huge amount of protein it provides and for the versatility with which it can be ...
Luscious prawns bathed in a burst of flavours to cook up a brilliant Goan delicacy, enjoy!
This fiery Goan masala is a blend of hot, aromatic spices, tomatoes, onions and tamarind. Add it to your curries to serve absolutely delectable delicacies.
Goans love their fish curry and why shouldn't they. Beautiful fish heads marinated in a thick paste of onions, coconut, garlic and chilli are cooked till soft and served on a bed of rice.
Sorpotel is a popular Goan delicacy. It is a dish of Portugese origin, where diced meat is cooked in a vinegary gravy.
About Goan Prawn Curry Recipe: Also known as Ambot Tik, Goan prawn curry has prawns cooked in coconut milk with a spicy gravy made of turmeric, black pepper, vinegar and coconut. A creamy, delicious dish ...
Prawns flavoured with a homemade spice paste and baked in butter with a generous squeeze of lime.
Goan cuisine, which is largely influenced by Saraswat, Konkani, Portuguese, South Indian and British cuisines, is also popular for its sinful desserts.
Goan Recipes: Goa's got everything a hot tourist destination does: sun, sand, beach and most importantly, good food. Authentic Goan food is one of the biggest reasons tourists flock to this glorious state. It's spunky; ...
There is no one Goan food variations in the same curry depend on the many regions within the state. Heres how to spot them...
The Goans love their Bebinca, I've heard some chefs call it the queen of Goan desserts while many others are quick to point out that its the only distinctive Goan dessert.
Mumbaikars cannot seem to get enough of Goan food. Consequently, the last year or so has seen a spurt of brand new Goan restaurants dotting the city
Coconut vinegar is used in a number of dishes of Goan cuisine as a souring agent and a flavour -enhancer. It's also used in preparing the desi Goan alcoholic drink - coconut feni.
Feeling all lost and dazed under the scorching June heat? Think summers, think holiday, think Goa. Brimming with rich history, you'll find the Portuguese influence quite evident in almost everything that is authentically Goan - ...
These 6 restaurants and eateries lined across the City of Dreams is bringing Goa and its authentic taste in your city.
Toddy vinegar or coconut vinegar goes into making delectable Goan delights like Xacuti and Vindaloo.
Sorpotel is a meat curry that is wonderfully tangy and spicy at the same time. It is a dish of Portuguese origin, now cooked in the Konkan region of India, especially Goa.