Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Fried Pork Chops in Own Fat, with Garlic!

Fried Pork Chops
Let me give you an easy and simple recipe of Fried Pork Chops today. This is very simple to make, very tasty, goes with anything from wine to beer to a chilled can of coke. This is a very healthy recipe too as no extra oil have been used to fry the pork chops and it was the pork chops were fried totally in its own fat. To make it comvinient for frying in a pan, the pork chops were re-cut into cubes. Long Chops or cubes, taste the same and, so that it becomes easier for a Bachelor or rookie cook to fry it, have the pork chops cut into cubes.

Choose pork chops with thick fat or the under skin.
Lots of oil will come out, but it can be drained or absorbed and makes for good frying.

2 Pounds or a Kilo of Good Pork Chops. ( Cut the chops into smaller pieces or cubes, Those 1 feet long fried pork chops are best grilled.) Choose Pork Chops with lots of fat.
1 TSP each of Black Pepper powder, Cumin (jeera) Powder, Coriander(Dhania) Powder and Red Chilli Powder (Coarse if possible).
About 15-16 cloves of ginger roughly crushed.
1 Medium onion roughly chopped.
2 Tomatoes, chopped.

fried pork chops

Wash the Pork Chops and Place in a Deep Bottom Non Stick Pan and start the Stove.
Just let it be.
Juice will come out. Let it. Keep stirring from time to time
After about 15 minutes, Juices will dry and oil will replace it autimatically.
Fry the pork chops in that oil till pork Chops becomes golden brown. Should take about half an hour in medium Heat.
Lots of Oil should come out.
When Pork is golden brown, hold the pan and drain excess oil, leaving enough to be able to saute.
Add onions and saute for 5 minutes.
Now add all the masalas, salt to taste, and the curshed garlic.
Add tomatoes.
Saute for 10 more minutes in low heat, or till tomatoes disappear.

You may Garnish with Coriander or Cilantro.
I didn't, in the photo, because it doesn't come out good in Picture.

Just serve!!!!


Blogger BuddingCook said...

the bachelor fries a lot! :D

12/28/2006 12:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey can any1 help me out how to prepare naary/naari(im not sure bout the spellings) the dish in manipur..

11/03/2007 08:31:00 PM  

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