The red-coloured pungent and tangy, recheado masala, which is found in Goan cuisine works best with fish like bangda (mackerel).
Goan sausages also known as chouriso have a spicy and smoky taste. They are made from pork, vinegar, ginger, garlic and several spices.
Cool down and de-stress with kokum, a Goan refreshment that will not only quench your thirst but boost your energy.
Locally grown around Goa, the tambdi bhaji is a healthy recipe that is made using red leafy Amaranth leaves.
Harmal chillies, a unique and spicy variety found in Goa, recently received GI tag from the government.
Back in the days, this was one of the most popular wines produced in Goa. It is enjoyed in many Goan homes before meals as an appetizer.
Ambot-tik is a type of Goan curry which is both spicy and sour. It is made with variety of spices including chili peppers, cumin, coriander, turmeric and kokum.
A popular Goan dish made with pork, sorpotel is a must-try when in Goa.