Discover coastal Indian flavours from Goa and Konkan, including sorpotel, curries made with fish, coconut, kokum and other dishes here.
We love this dish in Goa. It is very delicate, tender and extremely delicious. Can be served as an accompaniment for main dishes or we make sandwiches with it for a picnic!
This is a dry prawn preperation very easy and simple but flavourful. I have always served this dish whenever we entertain for dinner and it has always been a crowd pleaser.
Prawn curry is a dish that is eaten on a regular everyday basis with white rice among the Goan/ Konkan community.
Growing up as a child this was my favourite vegetable and the gravy just adds flavor and makes it more juicy to chew on the sticks.
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.
The same recipe can be used for making Lamb as well. It goes well with some crusty bread or with peas pulav.
It is a sweet dish eaten during tea.
This is a mango pickle recipe that is made in Goa just on the onset of summer when the raw mangoes are in season and stored for those rainy days when you would eat the pickle with kangi (rice water)!
This is the traditional goan version of masala chicken fry. It can be either fried or grilled for a more healthier diet.
This is typical traditional Goan fish curry preparation. You can make this with any fleshy fish that will not disintegrate into the curry.