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1/1 Photo of Pandhi Curry (Coorg Pork Stir Fry Recipe)
andhi Curry originated from Coorg or the Kodagu Region of Karnataka, India. A pleasant hill station perched in the Western Ghats, Coorg is often referred to as the ‘Scotland of India’. Much of the district is agriculturally cultivated making it very self sufficient, with most of their specialized dishes using locally grown ingredients. Kodagu has been and continues to be rich in Wildlife as well. The Kodava people were known to be avid hunters in years gone by and the wild boar was easy pickings. This tasty meat became staple food and marked the beginnings of the famed ‘Coorg Pandhi Curry’. Today, many Kodava families have their own Piggeries and Pandhi Curry remains one of their favorite dishes. This dish requires double cooking, first braised slowly to cook the pork until tender and then stir-fried to finish the dish and the high heat caramelizes the onions and meat adding a depth of flavour. This technique of double cooking is also seen in certain Bengali style bhunas and it’s interesting to see different cooking techniques being used together in one dish
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Serving Size: 1 (225 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
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