Breakfast, lunch and dinner is nothing special in Goa. It is rather simple. Here's what typical Sunday fare is like for the average Goan.
BUNS AND CHAO
After the Sunday morning church services, many Goans head to local cafes and restaurants, where they enjoy beginning their Sunday with hot puri bhaji,buns bhaji, croquettes, patties, etc along with their morning cuppa.
FISH CURRY RICE
Fish curry and rice is one of the things that you will find in nearly all Goan homes, and is an everyday affair.
But on Sundays, people in Goa love some fancy food. And so, you will find pulao, chow chow, chicken cafreal, xacuti etc being prepared in local kitchens on Sundays. Roast chicken is also served in many homes.
Post lunch, who doesn't need a sweet treat! In most Goan homes, meal times are incomplete without a sweet dessert or ice-cream following a heavy lunch.
Evening tea is a must for Goans, and they simply cannot do without it. A few health conscious folks opt for black tea, while most others are fans of milk tea.
Traditional tea time snacks in Goa range from sweet to savoury, and include dainty bites such as filos, alle belle, bojim, kapam, etc which are perfect tea time accompaniments.
Sometimes, people go to local food stops and gadas to savour freshly prepared piping hot bhajis, kaapa and mirchi paired with yummy green chutney.
On the weekend, some people prefer to just chill with a drink after a long, hard working hard.
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