Pork Curry ( for the Ladies)

"This recipe was created with the ladies in mind. Spicy, but not too hot. Simple to prepare and cook. Served with a vegetable dish over rice. The sauce can be thickened with a few table spoons of ground almonds."
 
Pork Curry ( for the Ladies) created by Brian Holley
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50mins
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  • Heat a pot and melt the butter.
  • Fry the onions and garlic for 3 minutes.
  • Add the cinnamon, chili powder,coriander, cumin and turmeric, stir and fry for 2 minutes.
  • Add the pork and cook for 3 minutes stirring to coat the meat with the spices.
  • Add the chopped tomato and puree with the water, mix well and add the chopped chili coconut cream and paprika.
  • Cover pot and cook on low heat till the meat is tender, approx 30 minutes.
  • Season with salt to taste.
  • Serve with rice and a vegetable curry for a complete meal.
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  1. Kristopher C.
    Simple recipe, though very standard as far as taste. Rather than a curry it reminded me more of tikka masala (though lacked the creaminess). Next time I make it I will as ginger and maggi/soy to add some depth. The curry tasted more of cinnamon than anything else.
     
  2. Kristopher C.
    About double the cumin, coriander, and chili powder. Added a touch of ginger and soy to boost the bite.
     
  3. Michael R.
    Mine came out really well. I used ghee instead of butter. I like the taste and there's no risk of burning the butter. I added a little salt along with the tomatoes and again at the end. Tasted when meat was tender and added a touch of garam masala but that's a personal thing. An hour for my meat to be tender but it was a cheap cut. Well done, Michael
     
  4. andym.shop
    Very nice and quite easy. I used pork loin steaks (fat removed and diced) and - as the steaks were quite thin - only cooked for 20 minutes. Instead of the individual spices (cinnamon down to turmeric on the list of ingredients) I used garam masala instead. The pork was perfectly cooked - any longer and it would have been overcooked (and you know what happens then). I will certainly be making this again.
     
  5. andym.shop
    Garam Masala instead of listed spices. Reduced cooking time.
     
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