Pork Vindaloo



Recipe for Pork Vindaloo
Serves - 3-4
Total cooking time - 2 hours for marination + 45 minutes plus cooking time

Ingredients:-
Pork - 1/2 kg
Bowl 1
Dried Red chilli - 8-9
Ginger - a small piece
Garlic -5-small cloves
Cumin - 1/4 tea spoon
Peppercons - 7
Cloves - 4-6
Cinnamon - 1 piece
Vinegar - 1- 1.5 tea spoon
Onion - 2 small
Mace - 2
crushed pepper - a pinch
Salt to taste
Oil

Method:-
Clean and cut the pork into cubes and marinate with salt and keep aside.
Soak all the ingredients in Bowl 1 in warm water for 15 minutes.
Grind this to a fine paste with vinegar. Apply this to the pork pieces and refrigerate it for at least 2 hours
Heat oil in a pan and saute chopped onions. When they are soft , remove from heat and let cool.
Grind this in  blender and mix it with the marinated pork
Transfer everything to a cooking pan , add enough water to cook , mace , a pinch of crushed black pepper and cook covered for 30 minutes . Uncover and add 1-2 tablespoons of oil if needed and let it simmer for another 15 minutes or until it is done 
Serve hot with Roti or Rice

Recipe adapted from here

38 comments:

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

woww...this looks amazing.. :) wonderful snap..i dont eat pork..but i loved this curry..avide swine flu onnum ille??? :) i m coming to ur bloggin space for the fst time..i must say i missed it.. :) so becoming follower from 2day itself.. :) wr u in kerala?

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

ohh great...im the first one ...i will go through your other posts soon..not possible to sit for long time.. :) i was very active in blogging before..now its not possible as before..(chila visesham :).. new member is coming to our family..so taking care for him/her )

Anncoo said...

Oh, this sounds great with rice and bread :)

Sangeetha Subhash said...

Wow!! that looks absolutely delicious....adipoli keto :)

Sarah Naveen said...

Thnx Lena for dropping By vazhayila!!!Swine flu ippo illennu thonnunnu...hahahaha...

Sarah Naveen said...

Thanx Anncoo and Sangeetha....

En Samaiyal said...

Wow this is new to me .....looking very colourful & Hot...Congrats on ur awards & Thanx for thinking of me & passing it to me dear ...

*sangi* said...

Da,
Congrats!&tnx .
puthiya photo kanan nalla bhangi undeda. beautiful!
google talk id-simplydelicious.ris@gmail.add me.
vegam..!!!

Priya said...

Hope u r doing well now Sarah, pork vindaloo looks great, Congrats on ur awards..

Sarah Naveen said...

Thnx Sangi and Priya!!!
Sangi i have send u an invitation!!!

Parita said...

congratulations on all the awards dear..love the color of the curry :)

Gita said...

Wow...thats a delicious and spicy dish..this should have warded off all the remaining cold :) Congrats on your all your awards dear...thank you so much for sharing these with me :)

Nirmal said...

Girl,
Pork looks so fiery,the way it has to be.
Would dfntly make this weekend

Nirmal said...

Nirmal
Forgot to ask you..How was your trip to Hersheys?
Would dfntly have been fun with ur cousins rit.May be its that u got cold.

Raje said...

Hey Sarah, Congratulations on all those awards! Keep going... Thanks for visiting my blog and yes I am from woodbridge NJ. Gr8 to know you too are. Keep visiting and be in touch. I am following you.

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Congrats....Keep rocking.I don't eat pork,can we try with shrimp or chicken....Lovely colour.

lissie said...

Congrats on your Awards! Thank you dear for those Awards!!!
wow, pork vindaloo looks so tempting! nice click! my favourite :)

priya said...

COngrats on ur awards, sarah dear!...n thx a million for thinking abt me...u r such a sweetheart....its really encouraging!!..get well soon, dear!!.

Sireesha said...

Looks gr8...Congrats on ur awards...

Vrinda said...

Lov vidaloo,haven't tried with pork yet..looks yumm..And congrats on ur awards..

Aysha said...

Tempting dish dear...i don't eat prok but will definitely try with chicken or beef....Congrats on you awards and thanks a lot for passing it on to me...it really means a lot!!!

Pavithra said...

Looks so yummy and tempting.. by the way congrats on ur well derserved award sweety.. Keep rocking.

Rekha shoban said...

it looks amazing and yummy!!!

Sushma Mallya said...

congraz for getting so many awards sara...hope u get lots more...

Priyanka said...

Just when I was getting used to having bland vegetarian food for ten days, you post this!! Damn damn damn! I can actually get a whiff of the vindaloo by just looking at the photograph.
But I have to temp it all down and go have a very sad lunch of tuar dal (eiikksss), roti and ladyfingers!! :( :'(

Sarah Naveen said...

Thank u all!!!!!!!!

Saraswathi Iyer said...

Hi Congrats on your awards...

mathew said...

this looks awesome..can it be done with beef too..?

Purva Desai said...

I am not a red meat eater....but this dish will really convert me.....it looks yummilicious

Anonymous said...

Pork looks delicious.Do you really need to soak those red chillies?

Erica said...

I love all your recipes!!! Congratulations on the awards!

lavi said...

The Colour of the dish is so inviting..

So a book worsened your cold, got to read the book!!

Congrads on awards!

Sarah Naveen said...

Thanx Mathew,Yeah it can be done with Beef the same way...
Anon,yes you need soak those red chillies ,if u wanna get those fiery red colour and that special taste..[:)]..
I have done it without that too,but i believe soaked red chilli one tatses better

Angie's Recipes said...

Perfect with some rice...or white bread.

Angie's Recipes

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

That's my favorite meat dish..Used to cook and them when I was in S'pore..looks mouth-watering..Thanks for ur lovely comments..do keep visiting ands sign in as a follower if u wish..

Sonia said...

Hi Hello
I have been trying your recipes for sometime,so today i thought i should tell you about it.Heard about your site from one of our common friends in orkut.so I began tracking it.I was a big zero in cooking,ippo vazhayila undallo..i tried your both pachadis ,egg curry, potato roastand meen curry.came out really well.will be continuing that

A Fan said...

Should the ground onions be added to the meat before refrigerating after marination with ground spices or just before cooking?

Sarah Naveen said...

Sorry for so much confusion there! even i was confused !
i have rewritten it .! hope it helps..

Its just before cooking :)..

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