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The Taste of Goa - More than just Fish & Feni Fish, Curry and Rice being the staple food of Goa, traveler from the distant land tends to think that food and drink in Goa means the famous fish, curry, rice and feni. But contrary to their basic diet, Goan cuisine, has many flavours and tastes with its vast treasure of culinary delicacies.

Goan FoodThe unerasable influence of the Portuguese, Muslim and Hindu flavour on the original Goan cooking has resulted in an exotic mix of truly tasty and spicy cuisine. A Goan values his food as much as he does his daily siesta (break). And in his daily meal, seafood always has a pride of place in some form or the other. From fried fish to exotic concoctions like ambot-tik, sea food is usually a must on the menu.

Althought modern technological convenience have almost completely taken over in urban areas, the traditional way of cooking in clay pots on firewood continues in most rural areas of Goa. This style of cooking adds an additional smoky flavour to the food, highly valued by Goans.

Despite the two schools of cuisine traditions influenced by the respective religions of Hinduism and Christianity; there are some meeting points that present an interesting harmony. This blend of various cooking styles and influences is what makes Goan food so unique among the cuisines of India.

With a wide variety ranging from sea foods to vegetable dishes to non-veg dishes, Goan cuisine is able to satisfy almost every finicky gourmet appetites. Goa has some magnificent culinary delicacies like the prawn balchão and sorpotel which have become famous around the world. Most of the Goan foods are hot, spicy, and pungent. Items made from rice, fish, and coconut abound in nearly every Goan meal.

Seafood such as prawns, lobsters, crabs, pomfrets, clams, ladyfish, mussels, and oysters are used to make a variety of curries, fries, soups and pickles. Besides fresh seafood, dried and salted fish dishes are also highly appreciated by Goans.


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