Chicken Vindaloo is a traditional Goan dish with a fiery red color and a slight tang from vinegar. It pairs very well with rice or any Indian bread.
One of my favorite Indian dishes is the Vindaloo, a slightly acidic and spicy meat stew from the Goa region in India. Even though in the western world, vindaloo is just another “hot & spi…
Pork Vindaloo Recipe for The Pressure Cooker ~ Macheesmo
This classic Indian meal is a perfect recipe for a pressure cooker. You can have this delicious meal on the table in less than an hour!
Fall-apart vindaloo with red onion mint chutney
If you love curry, you'll love this vindaloo. Originating from Goa, our version is easy, made with pork and full of authentic spices. Serve with rice and homemade mint chutney at a dinner party for friends.
Goan Pork Vindaloo Curry
The recipe for this classic Indian dish gets pleasing tang from tamarind and rich spice from a mix of chiles, black pepper, cinnamon, and cardamom.
How to cook the perfect vindaloo | Felicity Cloake
The perfect… Vindaloo is a tangy Goan dish with sweet spices, not the familiar British chilli-eating contest. If you want the real version, here’s how to make it
This is a super spicy Indian curry dish. You may substitute, beef, chicken or pork if desired. Blend first 12 ingredients in a food processor until a paste forms. Add the paste to a large saute pan and cook, stirring occasionally, about 3 minutes. Add lamb and potatoes and saute for another 5 minutes. Add […]
Slow Cooker Lamb Vindaloo w/ Guest Photographer Lindsey Eltinge
Those of you that read my blog regularly, can clearly tell that I didn’t take the above photo – it’s well beyond my amateur photography skills. For this post, Rubies & Radishes teamed up with the lovely, Lindsey Eltinge. I developed & tested the recipe & once I was happy with the flavors, I sent …
A Taste of India: Vindaloo recipe | | CheersBye - India Homestay
The word vindaloo is derived from the Portuguese words for Vinegar (Vinho) and Garlic (or Al'ho). Vindaloo was carried by Portuguese sailors on their sailing trips and introduced into Goa, where chili was introduced to the dish. It is now popular throughout India and can also be made with pork instead of mutton. It is a very hot dish and has also gained popularity on Indian restaurant menus in Britain, the Middle East, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Ingredients Makes 4 portions 15 whole…