Vindaloo sounds like a very Indian word, especially since aloo means potato. But Vindaloo is a derived from the Portuguese dish carne de vinha d'alhos (meat marinated in wine-vinegar and garlic) that came to India along with Portuguese explorers in the fifteenth century. Fortunately for us, we embra
http://www.culinarytravels.co.uk/blog/24112015141300-beef-vindaloo---coconut-rice/ Beef Vindaloo & Coconut Rice ... Vindaloo is associated with the Indian state of Goa, it has its origins in Portugal – the word ‘vindaloo’ doesn’t come from Hindi, as might be assumed, but from ‘vin d’alhos’, meaning wine and garlic in Portuguese. On its arrival in Goa, the wine was substituted for vinegar, and over time gained the name of ‘vindaloo’.
Slow Cooker Vindaloo with Beef, Pork, Chicken, Goat, or Lamb