This delicious vindaloo is just as spicy and good as a takeaway! Try making it yourself... it's easy and fills the house with a brilliant aroma.
Used different ingredients. Instead of using Vindaloo paste from a jar make your own paste using: Cumin powder: 10 teaspoon, Coriander powder: 8 teaspoon, Turmeric powder: 2 teaspoon, Fenugreek powder: 2 teaspoon, Dried Ginger powder: 2 teaspoon, Cinnamon powder: 1 Tablespoon, Ground Cloves: 1 Tablespoon, Ground Black pepper: 1 Tablespoon, Ground Cardamom: 1 Tablespoon, Hot Cayenne Pepper powder: 8 teaspoon, Hot mustard powder: 4 teaspoon, Paprika powder (Try to find the genuine Indian Degi Mirch as it gives a different colour and flavour): 4 teaspoon, Mix all these ingredients together with just enough white vinegar to make a good thick paste then marinade the meat overnight or if you haven't got the time marinade for a minimum of 2 hours. Cook as normal. This will make such difference to the end result. This should make enough for about 4 Lbs of meat. Enjoy! - 17 Dec 2008
I thought this was going to be good until I read "4 tablespoons ready-made vindaloo paste" What a shame, make your own paste from spices, much better result and more satisfaction than simply opening a jar! - 29 Nov 2008
I had no problem using the vindaloo paste - the spice level was perfect for me. A simple straightforward recipe with plenty of leftovers, too. - 24 Apr 2009