About this recipe:This world renowned dish is the best example of the Portuguese influence in Goa. The name itself in Portuguese is called "Vinho de alho" which literally means "wine of garlic" although traditionally made with pork it is now prepared with chicken, lamb and even shrimp.
Cut the meat into 2 inch cubes, apply salt and set aside.
Grind together all the chillies, garlic, peppercorns and cumin into a fine paste using only vinegar.
Apply this masala to the meat along with 1/2 cup of vinegar. Let it marinate overnight in the refrigerator. The next day cook it on a slow flame. If it is too dry add in some vinegar. When it comes to a boil put in the slit green chillies and cook till the meat is tender.
If making it with any other meat put in atleast 2 tablespoons of oil to the pot and then put in the meat and masala mixture.