Total Time
1hr 25mins
Prep 25 mins
Cook 1 hr

Healthy and easy to make ahead when you don't know what to make for dinner...just pull it out of the freezer and heat

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Trim fat from pork and thinly slice meat into bite-size strips.
  2. Peel, core, and chop apple.
  3. Coat a COLD large skillet with cooking spray.
  4. Preheat the skillet.
  5. Cook pork strips about 3 minutes or till no longer pink; remove from skillet.
  6. Set aside.
  7. Add apple, onion, curry powder, salt, and ginger to the drippings in the skillet.
  8. Cook and stir till apple and onion are tender.
  9. Stir together cornstarch and 1/4 CUP of the milk; add to apple mixture in the skillet with remaining milk.
  10. Cook and stir till mixture is thickened and bubbly.
  11. Then cook and stir for 2 minutes more.
  12. Stir in pork, UNCOOKED rice, and raisins.
  13. Divide pork mixture among 4 individual baking dishes.
  14. Cover with foil; seal, label, and freeze.
  15. CONVENTIONAL OVEN: Bake frozen casseroles, covered, in a 375F.
  16. oven for 55 to 60 minutes or until heated through.
  17. Stir before serving.
  18. MICROWAVE OVEN: Remove the foil from frozen casserole (use a microwave-safe baking dish); cover casserole with vented mirowave-safe plastic wrap or waxed paper.
  19. Micro-cook 1 serving medium-high for 5 to 7 minutes or till casserole is heated through, turning dish once and stirring once during cooking.


Most Helpful

I loved this. It was mild but not so much it loses it's flavor. I fixed it exactly as the recipe called and won't change a thing the next time I fix it except to make more! This is going into the definitely make again soon list.

Jacq November 13, 2002

Dh made a pig of himself with this. He adored it and I thought it was very good. It is mildly seasoned (with the curry powder I have on hand). I made it for dinner tonight and did not plan to freeze it, so I cooked it on the stovetop. I used regular basmati rice (that's what I have) and simmered the dish 20 minutes. Dh dislikes raisins so I substituted dried cranberries-also very pretty. Thanks, Tish, for getting me another, "I love you."

sugarpea December 14, 2003

My family including a teenager and ten year old really liked this. I cooked the rice seperate from the meat and used coconut milk. The curry is not too strong or overpowering and this is a nice change with pork. I think it would be good with chicken chunks or tenders too. I used craisins because I was out of raisins but think either would be fine. A delicious and easy recipe for a nice change of pace.

smellicious November 10, 2009

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