Tatyache Tonak (Egg Curry)

‘Tonak’ is a flavourful curry made in Goa using a special combination of spices and fresh coconut scrapings. It’s made in various forms, from mildly-spiced vegetarian curries for festive days to non-vegetarianĀ curries made with extra spice and heat. Mushrooms, Cashewnuts, Dried Peas, Red Lentils (Masoor), Black-eyed Peas (Chavli) and a traditional Goan variety of pulses…

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Paneer Chilly (Indo-Chinese Cottage Cheese)

‘Paneer Chilly’ is a very popular vegetarian dish made using fresh Paneer (Cottage Cheese) and Green Capsicum. It may be served as a quick, delicious snack or even as a curry with warm noodles. It belongs to the unique ‘Indo-Chinese’ cuisine that’s developed over the years in restaurants and street food stalls across India. The…

Rachead Prawn Fry

Fresh, plump ‘Sungta’ or Prawns, are coated in a deliciously spicy Rachead masala paste, dredged in semolina (rawa) and fried on a hot tawa (pan). The ‘Rachead Masala’ or ‘Racheado Masala’ is of Indo-Portuguese origin and is a great storecupboard essential to have on hand. These spicy fried prawns are a perfect appetiser to any…

Rachead Masala

‘Rachead Masala’ is a spicy paste that serves as a perfect base for many dishes in Goa. Traditionally known as ‘Racheado Masala’, the paste is made by the Christian community using bright Red Chillies and Vinegar. The vinegar is said to give the paste its distinctive jewel-red colour and we can’t wait to try their…

Pineapple Sheera (Semolina Pudding)

‘Pineapple Sheera’ is a rich and decadent pudding made out of rawa (semolina), ghee (clarified butter) and pieces of sweet, tangy Ananas (Pineapple). Dry fruits are toasted in the ghee before being added to the pudding, making it a perfect traditional treat that’s often relished in Goan households. The Sheera is too special to be…

Lamb Sorpotel

Sorpotel, ‘Sarpatel’ or ‘Sarapatel’ is one of the most popular curries of Indo-Portuguese origin. It is a fiery-red Sorpotel is tangy, spicy and sweet all at the same time. In the olden days, pig rearing was a common practice in Goan villages. Every ingredient and source of food was cherished and the people believed in…

Easter Bunny Bread

The festival of Easter is most famously linked with the traditional ‘Hot Cross Bun’- a rich, aromatic and flavourful bread that’s filled with dry fruits and decorated with a Cross on the top. We’ve adapted our favourite Hot Cross Bun recipe to make ‘Easter Bunny Bread’ that’s as sweet to taste as it is adorable!…