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  • Writer's pictureRosy Pereira

Molho Fejao de vermelho/Goan Fejaoda

This post is dedicated to my late Dad as this dish was his all time favourite he loved it.This recipe is made with red kidney beans and Goan pork sausages. Fejao(in Portuguese) means beans and vermelho(in Portuguese)means red. The recipe is quiet simple and the gravy gets its tastes from the Goan sausages. its a thick gravy of onion and tomato but the main hero is the Goan sausage.This dish was a hit in my house when I was a little girl.Almost on all occasions mom used to make it. The dish is very tempting and addictive and leaves you craving for more.


👉1 can of red kidney beans (approx 400gms)

👉1 large finely chopped onion

👉1 large finely chopped tomatoes

👉1 “ginger

👉5 to 6 cloves garlic

👉3 green chillies

👉12 goan pork sausages

👉1 tbsp oil

👉salt to taste


👉In a blender grind to paste ginger,garlic and the green chillies when done remove it in a bowl and set it aside.

👉Heat up a pot add in 1 tbsp oil when the oil is hot add in chopped onions when the onions are translucent add in chopped tomatoes.

👉When the tomatoes are mushy add the ground paste fry it for 2 mins open the red kidney bean tin and pour it all in the pot and give it a stir add in little salt and 1/2 cup of water.

👉Cover the pot and let it cook on low flame for 6 to 7 mins last add the Goan sausages or any sausages you have in store give it a stir,cover and let it simmer for 5mins.

👉The delicious fejao is ready to serve.

👉Have it with hot rice, chapatis or bread

👉You can use packet kidney beans aswell just soak it overnight with water and next day pressure cook it with salt around 2 whistles.

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