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Vindaloo is a popular Indian curry dish that is originally from Goa, a state on the western coast of India. Goat vindaloo is made with goat meat cooking with a spicy paste in vinegar and tomatoes. While goat vindaloo is a spicy dish, it can be milder by using less chili peppers. It is typically served with rice or naan bread.
The word "vindaloo" comes from the Portuguese word "vinho d'alhos," which means "wine and garlic." The dish is thought to have originated in the 16th century, when Portuguese sailors brought the dish to Goa. The locals adapted the dish to their own tastes, using vinegar instead of wine and adding spices such as chili peppers and turmeric.
This goat vindaloo recipe is made with a slow cooker to make the slow roasted dish even easier to make.