About Goan Prawn Curry Recipe: Also known as Ambot tik, Goan prawn curry has prawns cooked in mild coconut milk with a spicy gravy made of turmeric, black pepper, vinegar and coconut. A creamy, delicious ...
Prawns flavoured with a homemade spice paste and baked in butter with a generous squeeze of lime.
About Goan Fish Curry Recipe: Chef Rufina from the Leela Palace in Goa taught us how to make an authentic Goan fish curry recipe. The tender fish marinated in zesty lemon and cooked in a ...
Goan crab cutlets with potatoes, chillies and lime. Coated in an egg batter and rolled in bread crumbs. Deep fried till golden.
Chicken cooked in spices, vinegar and rum - serve this Goan favourite with chips and salad, or plain rice
There is no one Goan food variations in the same curry depend on the many regions within the state. Heres how to spot them...
Goan food: We will share the recipe of authentic Goan chorizo pulao, which is commonly made in Goan households.
Goan cuisine is more than just the delicious seafood, and we are here to prove that with this delectable mushroom recipe!
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; ...
From Goan egg curry and fish curry to aloo vindaloo, options are many, leaving us spoilt for choices. So, without any further ado, let's get started with these delicious Goan recipes.
Goan cuisine, which is largely influenced by Saraswat, Konkani, Portuguese, South Indian and British cuisines, is also popular for its sinful desserts.
Ros Omelette Recipe: Ros Omelette Recipe: Locally called ras omelette (read: rassamlette), it is masala omelette dunked in a spicy gravy, made with onion, coconut milk, curry leaves, mustard seeds and spices.
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.
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.
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.