A Glimpse into the Traditional Anglo-Indian Cuisine

Celebrate Catholics April 4, 2018

A Glimpse into the Traditional Anglo-Indian Cuisine

Image Source: Anglo-Indianfood Anglo-Indian cuisine is the term given to the cuisine that developed during the British colonization of India or the British Raj in India. It was termed so because British wives frequently interacted with the Indian cooks. Some of the characteristic and quintessential Anglo-Indian dishes include Pish Pash, Mulligatawny Soup, and Kedgeree, and many […]

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Bombil (Bombay Duck) Rawa Fry

Celebrate Catholics January 12, 2018

Bombil (Bombay Duck) Rawa Fry

A popular fish along the konkan coast Bombil or Bombay Duck. In this recipe we use spices and Rava to create a crisp and delicious dish. Enjoy! Ingredients Bombil (Bombay Ducks) (4 nos.) Turmeric powder (1/4 tsp) Red Chilli powder (1/2 tsp) Lemon juice (Quarter of a lemon) Rawa/Semolina (100 gms) Salt to taste Image […]

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Christmas Sweets and Delicacies across Catholic Communities – Simply Yummy

Celebrate Catholics December 18, 2017

Christmas Sweets and Delicacies across Catholic Communities – Simply Yummy

The term “Kuswar,” which has its origins in Goa, is a word that has become synonymous with Christmas goodies that are an integral part of the Catholic community residing in Goa and Mangalore. There are approximately 22 diverse lip-smacking traditional recipes that are enjoyed during Christmas. Not to be left behind, the East Indians, Anglo […]

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7 Quintessential Foods of Goa

Celebrate Catholics December 5, 2017

7 Quintessential Foods of Goa

When it comes to food in Goa, you have a wide variety of options that range from traditional sea food to South Indian food, Goan food, Continental food, and many other cuisines. However, there are some dishes that are characteristic of Goa and Goans. These are the 7 quintessential dishes of Goa, which ultimately define […]

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East Indian Recipes: Fugia & Pork Sorpotel

Celebrate Catholics November 9, 2017

East Indian Recipes: Fugia & Pork Sorpotel

Image Source: hildastouchofspice 1. Fugia (East Indian Bread) Image Source: pictaram Fugia is a tad sweet and fermented deep-fried bread. These round balls are soft and spongy, generally prepared for weddings and other festive occasions. They are an ideal accompaniment to Pork Vindaloo and Sorpotel. Ingredients Refined Flour (1 kg) Eggs (lightly beaten) (2 nos.) Sugar (as […]

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Mangalorean Chicken Curry (Kori Gassi)

Celebrate Catholics October 24, 2017

Mangalorean Chicken Curry (Kori Gassi)

Image Source: chefspencil Mangalorean Chicken Curry (Kori Gassi) is a typical bunt style of making chicken gravy. Surely, this is a must try recipe for all the non-vegetarians. Enjoy!! Ingredients Chicken (cleaned and cut) (1 kg) Coconut (medium sized, grated) Short red chillies (4-5 nos.) Long red chillies (2-3 nos.) Pepper corns (4-5 nos.) Coriander seeds […]

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Have You Tried These 7 Iconic Dishes of Mangalore?

Celebrate Catholics August 8, 2017

Have You Tried These 7 Iconic Dishes of Mangalore?

Mangalore is home to a wide range of cultures and traditions. However, what stands out are these 7 iconic dishes of Mangalore. (1) Anjal Masala Fry Image Source: tripadvisor This traditional Mangalorean dish is prepared from the fillet of the anjal or kingfish. A fiery masala is slathered on to the fillet, following which it […]

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Fantastic and Fishy!

Celebrate Catholics August 8, 2017

Fantastic and Fishy!

Who doesn’t like lip smacking Goan delicacies? We all have that one person that gives a treat to our tastebuds, with authentic Goan food that you just can’t miss. However, you need not wait around for that Goan friend all the time! Here are a couple of recipes that you can make all by yourself! […]

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Famous East Indian Delicacies You Must Taste

Celebrate Catholics August 8, 2017

Famous East Indian Delicacies You Must Taste

The pork vindaloo that you know is not the only vindaloo in the city of Mumbai. In the Konkan region itself, the Goan version is as different from the Mumbai version as the Goan Christians are from Mumbai’s East Indians. In fact, there is not one single recipe for anything East Indian because it is […]

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