Vindaloo is the Goan people's Southwest Indian interpretation of a traditional Portuguese wine and meat dish. The heat of our Vindaloo is brief and pleasant without burning, followed by spice, salt and sweet. Combine with wine, coconut milk, broth or water and a bit of vinegar in making a traditional vindaloo curry. We also use it as a dry rub on grilled and pan fried meats and tofu, and mixed in to ground meats.
Certified USDA Organic
80 gm (2.8 oz) of Spice in a Reusable Tin
2 out of 5 Heat
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- Cardamom Seed
- Green Cardamom Pods
- Black Pepper
- Himalayan Pink Salt
- Vermont Maple Sugar
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I love adding this spice to vegetables that I roast in the over with a little olive oil to ensure the vegetables do not dry out and the spice remains on the veggies. My 13 year old sons also enjoy it too! : )
I really enjoy this product on meats, vegetables and rice. I found the spice mixture to make me feel like I travelled overseas.
Love this mix! Great on nights I want to prepare something easy. Great with chicken or chick peas.
I bought a jar of Vindaloo spice mix from some store on Boylston Street in Boston to put in my wife's Christmas stocking. We don't know much about Indian food, but we both enjoyed this. We stuck with the basic recipe on the container: 2 tablespoons spice per pound of food. I mostly made stir-fried Vindaloo beef with peppers. It always came out great, spicy but not too spicy. Serve it over some saffron rice. Recently, we just about finished it up, so I've ordered (and received) more, as well as a couple other spice mixes to try.
haven't tried yet, but the service was 1st rate. Thora ?noticed I had placed 2 orders close to same time, notified me & asked if I meant it both by email & a phone message . outstanding work Thank You
This spice mix is incredible- one of my favorites!! Awesome job.
I initially bought this product at Whole Foods Supermarket. I put it in stir fries, soups and add it along with turmeric to rice (delicious!). I love the name and what it does for food!
One of our families favorites. This unique spice blend makes a meal out of mixed root veggies anytime.
VINDALOO, FROM THE PORTUGUESE VIN D'ALHO, GARLIC AND WINE. THIS SPICE BLEND WINS AWARDS. I FOLLOWED THE TIN'S RECIPE SUBBING PORK (FOR THE BEEF), ADDING THE COCONUT MILK PER INSTRUCTIONS AND ALTHOUGH DELICIOUS IN A VERY NONTRADITIONAL WAY, IT WAS TOTALLY DELICIOUS, IF MAYBE A TAD SWEET. I HAVE DRY RUBBED CHICKEN TO TRY WITH IT TONOIGHT--IF THAT SAYS ANYTHING. THESE GUYS ROCK!