Add paste and water to pan and bring to a gentle simmer for 5 minutes before adding meat
Loosely cover and cook for 60 minutes until tender
Remove cover and cook on medium heat for 5 minutes to thicken sauce
Useful tips: Brown meat before adding to the curry. Stir frequently and add water if sauce thickens too quickly,
Alternative uses: Use paste as a marinade for meat or paneer. Marinade for no more than 2 hours as vinegar can toughen meat
‘The hottest curry on the menu’… this British adaptation has created a fiery tomato based curry, often with fresh and dried chillies and definitely not one for the faint hearted.
In India, this dish traces back to Portuguese explorers in the 15th century who introduced ‘carne vinha d'alhos’ traditionally meat cooked in wine vinegar and garlic. The dish was adapted to local conditions - with no vinegar, they used palm wine and added local ingredients like tamarind, black pepper, cinnamon, and cardamom. Chillies arrived with Vasco De Gama in 1498, eventually replacing or complimenting black pepper as a source of heat in Goan cuisine.
This Goan version is hot, but the flavours of dried aromatic spices such as roasted black cardamon, kashmiri chillies and pepper with tangy vinegar & tamarind create a delightful, fiery and aromatic curry.
Minimum order is £50. Orders from £50 to £85 will be subject to a £5.99 delivery charge. This is our launch offer which we have extended due to the current lockdown. Our regular shipping charge is £10.
Orders over £85 qualify for free shipping.
Orders are delivered 2 working days after being placed.
We do not offer a Monday delivery. All orders placed between 07:00 Friday and 07:00 Monday will be delivered on Tuesday.
From time to time delivery may take an addition day due to seasonal variations or volume. If you are ordering for a gift or a dinner party we advise to always allow an extra 24 hours. Your meat will stay chilled in our packaging - which allows meat to be in transit for 48 hours.
We do not ship outside of the UK.
We will always aim to deliver your order within the delivery slot requested by you at the time you place your order.
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