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- n. Plural form of vindaloo.
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There were steaming casseroles - pastas in all shapes and in all sauces, lasagnes, cannellonis, timbales; there were curries, hot and mild and in between - lamb curries and Thai chicken curries and vindaloos and tandoori baked meats and parathas and chapatis and naans and jasmine rice and basmati rice and wild rice and red rice and brown rice and saffron rice.
Whether or not vindaloos were aphrodisiacs as Errol claimed, they did have the effect of making women go hot around the neck, which had the further effect of making them undo at least one of the buttons on their blouses.
Then let me introduce you to my friend Maxie Glickman, dick-artist—had the vindaloos not arrived to save me.
You can use tamarind in grilling glazes, barbecue sauces, chutneys, vindaloos and curries.
I need help to beat my addiction to phall's and vindaloos!
I already dread the day I’ll have to go back home, leaving behind all those lovely peshwary nans and chicken vindaloos.
Charlie gestures at Todd's food, which looks dreadfully unappealing and drab, no red vindaloos or golden kormas to be found.]