Juicy, satisfying, and full of flavour. Ingredients: 2 kg pork chops 8 Kashmiri chillies 4 green chillies 2 tbsp pepper 1 tbsp aniseed 1 tsp ginger 12 garlic cloves Coriander leaves 1 tsp cumin 3-inch cinnamon stick 15 cloves 10 cardamoms 1 tsp turmeric Salt to taste 1 cup vinegar Method: Trim chops and beat with a mallet. Grind the red chillies, green chillies, pepper, aniseed, ginger, garlic, coriander leaves, cumin, cinnamon, cloves, cardamoms, and turmeric. Mix with salt and vinegar. Marinate the chops in masala and leave it overnight. You have 3 options to cook the pork – (a) grill in the oven or (b) over a charcoal fire (c) or you can put ghee in a frying pan and place the chops inside. Cover, and let it cook.
Goa is a tropical paradise and is, therefore, home to a variety of bird species- small, big, and majestic ones. There are many places in Goa to spot different bird species. Some places may be hard to reach to bring out your adventurous spirit while others are quite easy destinations to travel in. Let’s start off with Goa’s sanctuaries. Dr. Salim Ali bird sanctuary Dr. Salim Ali bird sanctuary, Chorao Island, is home to birds like white egrets and purple herons. One can expect to see colourful kingfishers, eagles, cormorants, kites, woodpeckers, sandpipers, curlews and mynahs on a fairly regular basis. The best time to visit the sanctuary is during the winter months when the migratory birds that frequent the area are also in residence. The maximum number of the sanctuary’s inhabitants can be seen in the early hours of the morning and at sunset. Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the eastern border of the state of Goa, near the village of Mollem. The state bird of Goa – Ruby-throated Yellow Bulbul – is the most common of the 120 species of bird that have been spotted in this sanctuary. Mhadei Wildlife […]
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Rasa Cafe in Panaji is currently having an art exhibition which is organised by Pathiks – an Artist’s Collective and is curated by artist and educator, Vaishali Lall. 9 women artists have created artworks using monochrome colours. The mediums used were acrylics and oil on canvas. The artists whose works are being showcased comprise of Gauri Keni (engineer); Kiran Karekar (student); SC Jashmi (student); Jolyan Dias Sapeco (student); Pratiksha Sutar (doctor); Rashmi Naik (dentist); Raysancia D Cunha (student); Suvarna Gaonkar (homemaker); and Sweta Gaitonde (lawyer). (‘Monochromes’ will be open for public till March 15 between 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. at Cafe Rasa, Panaji) Picture Credit – Shivang Mishra II NTGOGOANOW
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