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Friday, May 20, 2011

Simple Pork Curry

We were at a temple to pray last weekend. After prayers, we were served this dish with sandwich bread. It was good and not that difficult to prepare. Also goes well with white rice.
600 gm tender meat - sliced or cubed
1-2 potatoes - skinned, cut into wedges or cubed
1 big onion - cut wedges or cubed
1 tomato - cut wedges or cubed [optional]
1 sprig curry leaves
150 ml milk
4 tbsp oil
1 tsp salt and msg to taste
Curry Paste [combined]
4 shallots - pounded to paste
2 tbsp chilli paste
1/2 tsp tumeric powder
2 tbsp meat curry powder [I used Baba's meat curry powder]
  1. Prepare the ingredients as stated. Combined the curry paste ingredients and set aside.
  2. Heat oil in wok. Add in curry leaves and curry paste to fry till oil breaks. Add in meat and potatoes to fry. Continue frying till well combined [see photo]. Add in seasoning. Fry well and add in milk and enough water to cover ingredients. Fry to mix well, bring to a boil and lower heat. Cover to cook till meat and potatoes are tender. Stir on and off to prevent ingredients from sticking to wok and gravy dries up. Add a little more water if potatoes are not soft but gravy is too dry.
  3. When meat is tender, adjust taste and dish out in pot to serve with rice or fresh slices of bread.
Note: If cooking smaller quantity, can omit chilli paste and used only pounded shallots, curry powder and tumeric powder.

I'm submitting this post to Red Meats Feast hosted by MySpicyKitchen
 Red Meats Feast, MySpicyKitchen


Usha said...

That is such a simple curry. Looks flavorful and so simple to prepare. Thanks again for participating in the red meats event

Kimmy said...

Hi Usha, it's a simple and lovely curry. Goes well with sandwich bread, paratha and rice. Leftovers can be used a bun or bao filling.

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