The Exciting Flavors Of Authentic Goa Cuisine!

Hi readers! I, David Pinto, thank you for visiting my blog. I am a journalist by profession, but a real foodie from heart. Yes, I love tasting every food, especially the local and authentic dishes. Being a Goan, I am always attracted towards sea food (non veg!). I have started this blog to share my experiences in Goa with all of you, including the cuisines, markets, nightlife and everything about this fantastic place.

If you want to know more about the Goan food, let me share two of the most popular dishes that can fill your mouth with water. The first delicious recipe is Ros Omlette, the smell itself will pull you towards it, and you all diet freaks bow their heads before it…it is irresistible! There are numerous stalls selling this dish, and you can find good crowds at every stall, even it is late in the night. You must be thinking, what exactly is Ros Omelette anyway?

Goan Ros Omelette

Goan Ros Omelette | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

Well, Ros means gravy in Konkani language. And, you must know what an Omelette is! The combination is a remarkable creation that one shouldn’t miss out. We locales enjoy this with hot butterly buns that perfectly complement the taste.

If you are still wondering what is so special about this dish that David is praising so much! Then I would answer that the dish not just includes omelette, but also has chicken/mutton with rich spicy flavor. Want to try it? If yes, then visit Ros Omlette stall in Central Panjim (near Hotel Mandovi) and near Jardim Garcia de Orta garden. Go after 7 pm, and just spend 100 bucks for the lip smacking Goan street food.

The next exciting dish from the Goan cuisine is Goan Chorizo/Pork Sausage Chilly! If you are a Mexican cuisine lover, then you will definitely fall in love with Chorizo. The dish looks simple, colorful and its smoky aroma will insist you to have a bite of it. I love to have it with a pav, however you can have it with naans and rotis too. This hot and pungent recipe will surely blow your senses! You can get this dish at any local restaurant in Goa.

Pan Fried Goan Sausages

Pan Fried Goan Sausages | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

Goan Chorizo/Pork Sausages Chily

Goan Chorizo/Pork Sausages Chily | Image Resource : kelipaan.com

So, the next time you are in Goa, you ought to try these street foods and experience the magic. Do share your thoughts with me guys! I would be glad to hear from you.

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