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Irresistible Indian cuisine. Chicken Used Raised With: No antibiotics ever; no added hormones (Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in poultry); no preservatives added. Fully cooked. Hot. Chicken Vindaloo is a popular dish in Indian cuisine. It originated from the coastal Goa region where it was first created by the Portuguese as a version of a stew, vinh d'alho, that they brought from Portugal. This dish, now a staple on Indian restaurant menus, gets its tangy and bold flavor from a blend of vinegar, ginger, garlic and chilies. Chicken used has no added antibiotics or hormones (Federal regulations prohibits the use of hormones in poultry). There are two types of people: people who love Indian cuisine and the people who just haven't tried it yet. Come into my kitchen and fall in love. - Sukhi Singh.

Sukhi's Chicken Vindaloo

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