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A Traditional Goan Pork Vindaloo Recipe From The 1875 Restaurant

I love Goan pork vindaloo and this is a lip smacking good one!     I’ve been lucky to have met so many talented chefs and restaurateurs over the past couple of years. It’s been a dream come true for me. To be able to learn such amazing recipes and really get to know the […]

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How To Make My Favourite Vindaloo Pork Ribs

I have always been a big fan of properly cooked pork ribs! This recipe is a bit of a play on my other pork vindaloo recipes. My kids all love it so I do make it quite often especially in the Summer months. This is not a particularly spicy recipe though you could easily make […]

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How To Make An Authentic Goan Vindaloo

This vindaloo recipe is a lot different to what you’ll find in most curry houses Growing up in Turlock California, I tasted my share of Portuguese delicacies. The city and surrounding area has a large Portuguese population so it wasn’t difficult to find some pretty amazing food. One of my favourite dishes was called carne […]

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Restaurant Style Chicken Vindaloo – Well Almost

Traditional Goan vindaloo isn’t cooked with potatoes like most restaurant vindaloos are. This is down to a mistranslation that just seemed to stick. The original curry houses in the UK were opened by Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants. These restaurateurs translated the last part of ‘vindaloo’ namely the aloo part to mean potato. In reality, the […]

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