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Balchao is a legendary pickle introduced by catholic Portuguese to Goa during colonization. This mixture of spices contains cumin, dry red chillies, a little sugar and everything soaked in vinegar. It is then ground to make into a thick paste having sweet-hot-sour flavour. At the time of pickling, fresh prawns are added. The balchao can be enjoyed with hot plain boiled rice or pao.
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