Pork Curry with Pineapple and Snow Peas ^^


Final exams are finally over \m/ Even I still gotta prepare for the Delf B2 next week but anw it’s next week, right? And we can’t (definitely) waste a beautiful sunny morning in homework and worries!!! I always love the dishes which are complicated and take lots of time, moreover, I LOVE CURRY! Love the smell of the curry powder, love the flavor and the stunning color of any kind of curry =p~ Last time, I used curry powder for my Chicken bites, of course they were really yummy xD For these 2 dishes, you only use 2 tsp of curry powder, don’t over use it because sometimes, it ruins your dish’s flavor. Just a small tip of mine, hope I can help you guys a little bit in cooking ^^

For the best result, the diced pork should be brought to a simmer in 1-1,5 hours so that your spices can go through and the pork will be well seasoned and extremely tender. Your curry’s now fragnant, phenomenal, multiflavor and stunning xD Serve it on a bed of rice, sprinkle pepper on top with a bowl of soup. Perfect dish for lunch or diner ~

Here’s the recipe:

   Ingredients (serves: 4)

1. 1 tbsp olive oil (from pantry)
2. 500 g diced pork
3. 1 large brown onion, diced
4. 2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
5. 2 tsp curry powder
6. 1 tsp cayenne pepper
7. 100g snow peas, ends trimmed
8. ¼ fresh pineapple, skin and core removed, cut into 2.5 cm cubes
9. Coles long grain white rice, cooked to serve (allow 1 cup uncooked rice)
10. Salt and pepper (from pantry)

  Method

1. Heat the oil in a large heavy based saucepan over high heat.

2. Season the pork with salt and pepper and brown on all sides. Remove the pork to a plate and discard the excess oil in the pan. Add the onion and cook stirring often for 3-5 mins, or until light golden in colour and slightly softened. Add the garlic and the spices and cook for 1-2 mins, stirring constantly and scraping the bottom of the pan, as the spices will begin to stick.

3. Add the pork and 1 ½ cups water to the pan. Stir well and cover. Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 1 ½ hours, or until the pork is tender. During the cooking process occasionally skim any fat that settles on top of the cooking liquid with a ladle and discard.

4. Add the snow peas and pineapple and cook for a further 2-3 mins, or until the snow peas are tender. Season to taste with salt and
pepper and serve on a bed of rice.

(Source: masterchef australia’s website)

Hope all of you will have fun making this dish and enjoy wonderful time with your family. Good luck ~

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