Goan Pork Vindaloo Recipe
This traditional Goan pork dish flavored with chilies, garlic and vinegar is spicy and tangy all at the same time. This dish will leave your tastebuds tingling for more.
Good recipe... Dish came out well... My own twist included a bit of brown sugard and adding curry leaves (a few) to the mixture for grinding... A bit less on the vinegar... Slit green chillies in the end... Tasted great.
I used 8 Kashmiri chillies instead of 16, and because some reviewers have said the curry wasn't spicy enough, I left in the seeds. I had to use almost 4 tablespoons of vinegar to make the paste for the marinade. Also, I didn't have the time to marinate the pork overnight, which I admit was a BIG mistake!! After cooking, the vindaloo curry was tasty, but the pork hadn't really absorbed the flavours. The next day I dumped the whole lot into a slow cooker on medium, also added an additional quarter cup vinegar, and half cup water, and let it stew for 3 hours. OMG, that made such a difference. The pork meat absorbed the spices and tasted so good!! My advice .. Don't miss out on marinating the meat or if you do, slow cook it later!!
Family raved for days about this dish. I added a couple of jalapeños to make it spicier. Worried a little that it might taste of vinegar, but it didn't. Highly recommended.
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