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Incase you wish to get in touch with us, call us on our toll free number at This Goan confection, which was once a prominent part of the dessert table, has slowly been disappearing from homes. Here's what it means to someone who grew up eating this Christmas favourite. Though my ten years of life at the time had seen their moments of drama and incident, there was no chance that I could have woken up in the certain knowledge that I would remember one particular day for as long as I lived. The wedding I attended that day was an ostentatious one, filled with people, numbering the usual 2, or so people.
Even as a child, what intrigued me most in life was food. It was a constant - infallible in most ways - because food could alter the emotions, win arguments, induce positive emotions, and even turn one's fortunes, under the right circumstances. As the end of the evening approached, the anticipation that had been growing within me was almost uncontainable, and as the food was revealed to the public, I puttered off, as always, to the dessert table. For the first time, I saw a dish that was new to me. It resembled a mound of bright-yellow angel hair, with a layer of off-white underneath.
Tugging at my mother's dress, I asked what it was, and she replied, 'Fios de Ovos'.
Loosely translated - egg wires, and though they looked like it, in reality, they were anything but. Before we get into the back-story of this fabulous sweet, let's get into what it is all about. The long, bright yellow strands that cover the outside like a poorly-woven wig are made of egg yolk, and delicate to the touch. The inside, on the other hand, contains a mass of grated coconut, soaked in sugar syrup, and garnished with raisins and cashew nuts, for some added tang and crunch.
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Like other egg-based Portuguese sweets and there is no dearth of these , Fios de Ovos is believed to have been the creation of Portuguese nuns, over the course of the 14th or 15th centuries. Laundry duties were a common chore performed in convents and monasteries, and the egg whites used for starching clothes created a surplus of yolks, which were then used to craft desserts of various shapes and sizes. Unlike the Goan variant, the Portuguese Fios de Ovos consists purely of the yolk strands, which are sweeter than their Goan counterparts.
Translation of "thong is" in Portuguese
Later, between the 16th and 18th centuries, Portuguese explorers took the recipe to Thailand and Japan. In Thailand, it is known as Foi Thong, the word thong meaning gold being auspicious to the Thai people during any ceremony. The sweet is thus served only at events of great importance. In Japan, the dish is referred to as Keiran Somen, where it has been eaten for three-and-a-half centuries.
Brazil has its own version too, similar to the Portuguese one, and it's often used in the fillings and decoration of cakes and other desserts, or as accompaniments for both sweet and savory dishes. Coming closer to home, Goa doesn't have this dish available, ready to buy, off a shelf.
It is only made by certain caterers, for weddings and other grand occasions; most of these have, over time, altered the recipe, and it is no longer half as great as it once used to be. Deep in the south of Goa, in a little village called Dramapur, lives a woman called Rosa Maria, who runs a little outfit called St Joseph Caterers.
She is probably the last bastion of authenticity when it comes to the sweet, and at Christmas is often haunted by me, like one of Dickens' ghosts, to get a little helping of the stuff that I can squirrel away for a few days. If you're ever in her neighbourhood at that time of year, you might want to do the same. Her generosity knows no bounds, and neither does her skill, which especially when it comes to making Fios de Ovos, is prodigious.
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Fios de Ovos, a legacy of the Portuguese
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