If you are in the Outer Banks, Corolla, Duck, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills or beyond and crave Asian food with flare, distinct flavor and above all incredible taste, then you probably want to try Indian Food. All of our dishes have an origin steeped deep in Asian culture. The Indian influence is strong and thus is a big part of Asian fusion style food.
Whether you have been many times or have never had Indian food, let Buddhalicious put their own spin on this style of Asian cuisine. One major dish that is a staple of our menu is braised Indian Duck Vindaloo.
Vindaloo: An Explosive Fiery Outer Banks Indian Sauce
If you have heard that some Indian dishes can be fiery and explosive as well as flavorful, I have news for you….your right. This dish packs some firepower with great taste. If you are a person who likes spice this will be a pedestrian level of heat. If you do not, get ready, you are going to feel the fire of India.
Indian Food With A European Influence
The Vindaloo actually started as a European Dish. More specifically,a Portuguese one. The original dish involved marinating meat in garlic and wine. The word Vindaloo actually comes from the Portuguese phrase Vinha D’Alhos. But the dish got changed to fit the palette of the Goa region of India with these changes.
- The wine was replaced with Vinegar
- Chili Peppers were added
- Ginger,sugar, and Indian seasonings were added
This change made it into the fiery taste explosion it is today and is the sauce base for our Braised Indian Duck Vindaloo with the addition of red wine instead of vinegar.
Come try our Duck Vindaloo or a number of other dishes incorporating styles from:
- Thai Food
- Chinese Food
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