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The Surreal Beef Olives

The Surreal Beef Olives

This is an extra extra special one done generally for the loved ones in the family ­čÖé The reason being its tedious to do and if you want to be meticulous with it there are a few more steps involved apart from what the pictures hold below. But lets wind a thread over that and […]

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Roast Beef

Roast Beef

Do you have fond memories of Roast Meat Sandwiches? Those finely cut slices of brown meat stuck between two slices of bread and butter. Used to be my favorite snack during work or play, pop in some greens and consider it a meal. Mama used to pack these for my “Short Recess” in school ­čÖé […]

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Beef Croquettes

Beef Croquettes

Poi with butter and two hot beef croquettes, who wouldn’t want a snack like that? Although the snack goes well anytime of the day and is a great complement with drinks or as an appetizer or a side dish! Croquettes Ingredients: Half Kg Mince (Whichever meat you prefer Beef or Mutton) 2 Onions 1 Potato […]

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Mixed Meat Stew

Mixed Meat Stew

The Goan Mixed Meat Stew, is something of a delicacy and generally makes it way to the table on occasions. The recipe takes a good amount of kitchen time and is also extremely heavy on the stomach. A good siesta is recommended post the goan stew with rice ­čÖé I do apologize for the camera […]

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Goan Meat Curry with Vegetables

Goan Meat Curry with Vegetables

A while since a new recipe has been posted here, today I have for you a delicious Goan meat curry. You can use either Beef or Mutton, its tastier with Mutton we are preparing it with Veal. Lets embark on another journey that will tickle your taste buds. You would need to make a masala […]

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Sorpotel a Goan Delicacy

Sorpotel a Goan Delicacy

The word Sorpotel is derived from the konkani word Soro which means Alcohol/Liquor. Sorpotel is a Goan Delicacy that is not only known in the Goan community but to everyone who has visited Goa. I personally prefer eating Sorpotel for breakfast along with my bread and fried eggs. When I was much younger I remember […]

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