Noted writer Francis Noronha is a self-confessed lover of beef vindaloo which came all the way from Portugal to floor the food lovers in Kerala. The Anglo-Indian hamlets in Kochi cannot think of a meal without serving the delicious beef vindaloo. This dish can even be stored up to 2-3 days and would still taste delicious.
Noronha says that the dish turns tastier as the days pass by. It shouldn't even be kept in the fridge; instead store the dish in an earthen vessel with a lid on. Beef vindaloo goes amazingly well with rice and bread items as well. The most interesting fact is that vindaloo is not as unhealthy as other beef dishes because of presence of mustard and moringa bark. Here is the recipe of the special beef vindaloo.