Frango À Cafreal
Cafreal is quintessential Goa. This spicy green thick gravy dish, made mostly with chicken, is believed to have travelled from the beautiful country of Mozambique, on the South East coast of Africa which like Goa, was a Portuguese colony for around 500 years. Portuguese soldiers, perhaps African too, brought this dish to Goa hundreds of years ago, and many modifications have happened since then. À Cafreal means “in the way of the Cafres” where Cafre was the inhabitants of Cafraria, a region of southern Africa. Frango à Cafreal would mean Chicken Cafres’ style. Now a Goan classic.
₹79.00 / ₹150.00
Green coriander, fennel seeds, cinnamon, ginger, garlic, turmeric, cumin seeds, cloves, pepper, green chillies, vinegar, salt, sugar.