Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Pork Vindaloo

I cooked Mutton Vindaloo last week. But if one were to cook vindaloo, One shoud also try Pork Vindaloo, which by default is the Vindaloo. Pork vindaloo is one of the Yummiest dish that (wo)men ever cooked, lemme assure you. And its doesn't take as long as we cooked Mutton vindaloo which was also quite fast, and quick by vindaloo standards since we cooked it the bachelor cooking way. Ingredients basically are the same as mutton Vindaloo except that I didn't use potato. I don't like Potato in Pork Curry, as much as I do with Mutton. Also I didn't use coconuts.

Ingredients:
1 kg pork, with fat.
2 Tbs cider vinegar
3 tbs tamarind pulp
2 large onions
15-20 garlic cloves
1 inch finger of ginger
1 tsp each of jeera, Dhania, red Chilli powder, and black pepper.
1/2 tsp turmeric
2 paprika cut into 4s

Grind the onions with the garlic and ginger, with a little water.
Add the vinegar, tamarind pulp, Jeera, Dhania, Red Chilli, Black Powder and make a fine paste.
Mix the paste with the Pork and marinate for 2-3 hours. Also add salt to taste in the marinade.


Add the whole mix in a cooker and without mixing any water, cover the Pressure cooker and cook till 3 whistles, in low heat and let cool.
Open the cooker, and start cooking again.
Keep stirring, till liquid dries, and oil and meat will start to separate.
You didn't add any oil, but oil will come out..
You may stir fry for 5 minutes in 5 minutes and add two cups of hot water.
Shimmer till gravy is thickened.
Can't get easier??

I can eat a whole Kilo of pork alone, believe me...

Some more Pork Recipes.

Baked Pork chops
Pork loin roasts
Pork roast recipes
Pork Roast with spices and lime.
Leftover pork recipes
Pork Hash for breakfast
Pork Burrito
Pulled Pork Sandwich.

3 Comments:

Anonymous april said...

a finger of finger... eww... I hope that was supposed to be ginger.

5/17/2006 11:20:00 PM  
Blogger Sumitha said...

Hey the photo looks like that of Mutton Vindaloo!

5/19/2006 12:53:00 AM  
Blogger Sumitha said...

I miss the pork we get in India which has a lot of fat,here it is very difficult to get with fat.I can see the translucent fat pieces in your picture and it makes my mouth water!It is indeed the fat that gives pork its unique flavour

5/19/2006 12:59:00 AM  

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