The other day we had friends over for dinner. I wanted to make curry for them but a non-traditional one. Usually the curry is made of chicken, lamb or mutton but I wanted to see if I can pull off a pork curry.
It turned out great. I hope you like the recipe too. —hannascreation
pork (cut into cubes)
white or red onion (medium size) – thinly sliced
bay or curry leaves
oil (vegetable oil)
red chilly powder (adjust for spiciness level)
tomato (finely chopped)
salt (adjust according to taste)
Fresh cilantro leaves (Garnish)
Green chilly, spring onion – Both used as garnish and are Optional
In This Recipe
Wash the meat with water, drain and place it in paper towels. Pat dry the meat.
Sprinkle some salt.
In a pot add 2 tablespoon of oil. Heat in medium high
Add meat and cook each side until it turns golden.
Remove the meat from the pot and put on a separate plate
In the same pot add 2 tablespoon of oil.
Add onion. Fry until golden.
Once the onion is golden reduce the heat to medium low
Add bay or curry leaves, turmeric, ginger, garlic. Cook for 2 minutes
Add cumin, curry, coriander and chilly powder
Add tomatoes and cook until everything is mixed well (Takes about 5 minutes)
Add meat from Step 5 back into the pot.
Add some more salt and cook for few minutes
Add water until the meat is below water. Put the lid on.
Increase heat until the water starts boiling.
Once the water starts boiling reduce the heat and let it cook for 20 minutes (For more tender meat cook for longer period in low heat)
Garnish with cilantro, spring onion and green chilly to serve.
This can be served with Naan, Rice or most of the bread.