Goa is known for its rich cuisine and heritage. Some of the most authentic and delicious dishes can be found in this small part of India. With the Portuguese influence, cuisine in Goan cuisine has influences of not only Portugues cooking but Indian cooking as well.
Sanna is a type of idli with a dash of sweetness. It’s a very popular accompaniment, enjoyed best with Goan curries and especially Sorpotel or Chorizo (Pork Sausage). Sanna is made with a mix of rice, jaggery and coconut.
4. Shark Ambotik
Shark meat enhanced with sour and spicy ingredients like tomatoes, kokum and Kashmiri Red chillies pretty much sums up this sumptuous Goan Curry. Shark Ambotik is best savoured with some freshly baked bread or steamed rice.
There’s a lot of time and effort that goes into making this Indo-Portuguese dessert. But, with every bite you take of this multi-layered pudding, you can only feel all the effort being worth the process. This famous Goan dessert is made using coconut milk, flour, eggs and sugar. Don’t forget to try this mouth-watering dessert!
2. Prawn Rissois
Pockets made of eggs, flour and other ingredients that bind together to make a dough, stuffed with prawns and deep-fried to make a filling snack. This Portuguese dish has definitely left an impact on Goans for it to be still in demand!
Meat sausage, mostly pork, marinated in a strong spiced mixture. The best chorizos in Goa are mainly sold in the markets of Mapusa and Margao. If you love indulging in meat preparations, this has to be the quickest and tastiest option to satisfy your taste buds.