/ˈvɪn dlˌu, ˌvɪn dlˈu/
a very hot Indian curry made with meat or poultry, flavored with tamarind, vinegar, and garlic.
a type of very hot Indian curry
[C20: perhaps from Portuguese
wine and garlic sauce]
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And a monkfish vindaloo was not as intriguing as it sounded, requiring more than its fair share of long-bean chutney.
He might as well have dunked a croissant in hot vindaloo curry sauce.
The curried spinach with cheese and spicy chicken vindaloo are a few of the signature dishes.
Shrimp vindaloo comes in a remarkable dark brown curry, tasting of vinegar and chocolate.
Vindaloo, meat or poultry in a tangy and spicy sauce, is also well known.