Goan Vindaloo - Gourmet Indian Spice Blends by Mrs Balbir Singh®
Goan Vindaloo - Gourmet Indian Spice Blends by Mrs Balbir Singh®

Goan Vindaloo

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Introduced to the coastal state of Goa in the 1500s by Portuguese sailors who travelled with their garlic-flavoured vinegar stew. Carne de Vinha d'alhos, or vindaloo, refers to meat cooked in wine and garlic. One of the most famous but also misrepresented Indian dishes, this version is packed full of its signature intense, tangy, garlicky and 'pickled pork' notes, and can be as hot or mild as you prefer. 

Contains:

  • An authentic Mrs Balbir Singh recipe card
  • 1 x Goan Vindaloo blend (50g)
  • Makes dish 2 times (serves 4 each time)

NOTE: this blend contains ground MUSTARD SEEDS

Whereas all our spice blends are vegan-friendly, you may need to use your favourite vegetarian or vegan alternatives in our recipes and serving suggestions where required.

The spices we use are free from gluten but are processed in a facility that also handles nuts and wheat

 

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Fiona Keighren
Vindaloo

Ffffffffffn unbelievable

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sharon holt

Excellent spices

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DR SID DESHMUKH
Authentic Goan Taste!

I lived in Mumbai for 25 years and my neighbours were from Goa. They made the best pork vindaloo and sorpotel. This Vindaloo mix is absolutely amazing and the vindaloo has an authentic taste. It is also very easy to make but remember to follow the recipe card without making any changes! All spices from Balbir Singh are amazing, I have tried each and every one of them.

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S.H.
Goan Pork Vindaloo

Having made your Kashmiri Rogan Josh a few times, I thought I'd try your Vindaloo. Superb results again, very impressed :)

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Martin Pigott
A different style of curry

This is right up there as one of my favourites in the range. I used diced pork fillet. It’s spicy, tangy and with just two chillies was hot enough for me. Tamarind paste not easy to get so I used brown sugar, lime juice and a little tomato purée. A delightful curry served with rice.

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