Welcome to our recipes page. Here you’ll find a treasure trove of recipes not only for authentic and traditional Goan dishes that can be prepared quickly and easily with The Women of Fatorda masalas but also for experimental and innovative ones that professional chefs, passionate foodies, home cooks, and other food enthusiasts and customers of our masalas have contributed.

Remember, though there’s a traditional, conventional way to cook Goan food if you’re in the mood to experiment, innovate and invent, your imagination is the limit of what you can create with The Women of Fatorda masalas. You can upload your recipes here.

Suggested Recipes

Here you will find authentic, traditional recipes that are suggested by the various women who create our masalas. There’s a recipe each for each of The Women of Fatorda masalas. They represent classic Goan dishes that are made every day in traditional Goan households, and have stood the test of time; their recipes and their methods passed down generations through their communities and their families.

Drawn from the Hindu, Catholic, Muslim, and tribal communities of Goa, these dishes also carry the flavour of the localities from which the masalas originate. Some of them will be familiar to enthusiasts of Goan fare, and some of them, not so familiar. But all of them are part of the original repertoire of classic, eclectic cuisine of Goa that the whole world has come to love. You can find these recipes on the labels of The Women of Fatorda masala packs. Come, enjoy the flavours and aromas of traditional Goan cuisine.

With Kunbi Xasti

The traditional spice blends of the Kunbi tribe, the original inhabitants of Goa and the Konkan region, is unrivalled…

With Gavli Bhaji

Batter fried Eggplant (Aubergine) is a common accompaniment with meals or as a snack in most parts of…

With Soongta Hooman

Fish curries are an indispensable part of Indian cuisine, especially that of the coastal regions where the sheer …

With Vindaloo de Goa

Even for those unfamiliar with the vast repertoire of Goan cuisine, Vindaloo is dish that rings a bell. For most people…

With FRANGO À CAFREAL

Chicken Cafreal is the most popular and no Goan restaurant or home is complete without a version of this ancient…

with CALDIN DE CAMARÃO

A Caldin is perhaps the most soul warming food in all of Goan cuisine. Considered the ultimate comfort food…

with Soongta Hooman

Soogta hooman is a popular prawn curry that’s a hands down favourite of every Goan household …

with Gavli Bhaji

Vegetarian cuisine is not something one normally associate with Goa, given the overwhelming slant both locals and…

with Pedne Shagoti

Shagoti is the word in Konkani language for the iconic Goan traditional preparation commonly known as the Xacuti…

with Aamso Tiksso

Ambot means sour and tik means spicy in the Konkani language, spoken in Goa. Mori is a shark. Ambotik made…

with Fisherman’s Barbeque

From Thailand to India to Japan, from Central Asia to the Middle East to Europe, you’ll find many fish preparations…

with Kunbi Xasti

Goa’s rich coastline is the obvious reason why Goan cuisine is so rich in seafood preparations. Also, the abundance of…

with Chandrawado Mutton

Apparently Mutton Curry was originally created by wandering peoples in the deserts by mixing all the …

with Goemchi Biryani

The following biryani recipe is the traditional method for making mutton biryani as it is made in home kitchens …

with Green Recheado

Travel the entire length and breadth of the Konkan Coast, and you’ll find one overwhelmingly common way in which …

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