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    Absolute must eat in Goa

    My bags are packed for India and Goa is my second destination (after Mumbai) in India, I heard a lot about Spicy Indian food and m really on to feel red chilies on my tongue. During my first week of trip I will be in Goa and wondering if there is any thing special or must try once. I have no issues with spicy or non veg food, anything can help till the time its tasty

    Any suggestions for this first time traveler?

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    Well, my suggestion would be trying the Goan Curries. Most of the chefs belong to Goa, so they cook goan dishes the best. Chicken xacuti is something that i personally liked.

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    You can try Khatkhate which is an mixed vegetable stew prepared with fresh coconut.
    Try Bebinca, its a type of pudding served with ice cream
    Raw jackfruit is another thing which one should not miss and remember to try some good cashew feni too

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    Thanks for sharing these information with us.We can defiantly use these delicacies when ever we go out and visit Goa.

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    Rice with fish curry is the staple diet in Goa. Goa is renowned for its rich variety of fish dishes cooked with elaborate recipes. Coconut and coconut oil is widely used in Goan cooking along with chile peppers, spices and vinegar giving the food a unique flavour. Pork dishes such as Vindaloo, Xacuti and Sorpotel are cooked for major occasions among the Catholics. A rich egg-based multi-layered sweet dish known as bebinca is a favourite at Christmas. The most popular alcoholic beverage in Goa is feni; Cashew feni is made from the fermentation of the fruit of the cashew tree, while coconut feni is made from the sap of toddy palms.

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