Fast Curried Pork

Do you now…?

1.The word curry comes from a Tamil word kari or karil, meaning spices or sautéed vegetables.
2.The British army in India further changed the meaning as its liking for hot sauces introduced the modern idea of curries being hot.
3. The meaning changed when Portuguese traders used it for the sauces with which rice was served.
4. The first curry recipe in English appeared in Hannah Glasse’s The Art Of Cookery in 1747.
Source: www.express.co.uk

Ingredients:

  1. Pork
  2. Curry
  3. Breadcrumbs
  4. Salt
  5. Pepper

Pork

Cut the pork into small pieces.

Fast Curried Pork

Beat the pork pieces with the kitchen mallet.

Fast Pork

Add salt, pepper and curry to taste.

Salt and pepper for pork

Now roll curried pork in the breadcrumbs.

Breadcrumbs with pork

Put the pork in a plate.

Fry pork

Add olive oil and heat the pan medium and put the chops.

Pork with olive oil

And fry until golden brown.

Tasty pork

Here is how to make fast curried pork in 20 minutes!
Bonn appetite!

Little pieces pork with breadcrumbs

Author: Mariia R.

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