Goan Red Snapper Molho
Yet again another Goan-Portuguese seafood amalgamation! The mangrove red snapper got its name from the red appearance of its skin and scales along with red eyes. Known as Tamso in Goa, it is particularly recognized as a highly regarded table fish with firm, sweet-tasting, white flesh. Molho means sauce in Portuguese and cubes of this delectable fish are fried and then matured in a spicy and highly aromatic molho.
Filets of Mangrove Red Snapper, Turmeric Powder, Lime Juice, Salt, Dry Red Chilies, Garlic, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cloves, Peppercorns, Sesame Oil, Cumin Seeds, Goan Vinegar