Bombil Molho

Molho was introduced to Goa by Catholic Portuguese during colonization. The Bombil or Bombay Duck as it is commonly known in english is salted and dried for months and later cooked and pickled with the choicest of spices and coconut vinegar. The taste is sweet, spicy and tangy. Goes great with any meat or seafood dish. Compliments the rice menu well or can be enjoyed with bread on its own.

●  As a filling in sandwiches or a topping for crackers
●  As an accompaniment to entrees or mains
●  With any fish, lentils, vegetable or meat dishes
●  With plain boiled rice
●  With grilled or steamed fish.

Ingredients & Info
Bombay Duck Fish (Bombil) Red Chillies, Fresh Ginger, Fresh Garlic, Spices, Sunflower Oil, Sugar, Salt.

Contains no added preservatives, artificial colours or flavouring.

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