This layer cake from Goa, bebinca, is a splendid example of the Portuguese bakers’ legacy.
Christmas was a big deal during the days of the Raj, This is a recipe from then and is surprisingly gluten-free. Dried tropical fruit, almond meal and coconut flour create a wonderful fruit cake, suitable for today.
These bread rolls, pão, come from the Portuguese influence on Indian cuisine. They are very similar to Western bread rolls, but have a subtle Indian twist.
This Goan dish, apa de camarao, has a wonderful taste combination - a hot, savoury and slightly sweet filling of prawn, baked inside a sweet coconut cake.