Thursday, February 4, 2010


Pork - ½ kg
Onion(small sliced) - 6 no s
Tomato(medium chopped) - 3 no
Ginger - 1 big piece
Garlic - 7 pods
Red chilly - 4 no s
Vinegar/lemon juice - 3 tabs
Aniseed - 1 tsp
Garam masala - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
Kashmiri chilly powder - 1 tabs
Mustard seed - 1 tsp
Tomato sauce - 2 tabs
chilly sauce - 1 tabs
Oil - 1/2 cup
Salt - to taste
Curry leaves - 1 spring
pepper powder - 1 tsp

How to prepare:

Heat oil in a non stick pan when it gets hot add mustard seeds , broken red chilly about 2 no s, when it splutters ,add chopped onion and sauté it well. Sauté the onions till it turn light brown in color, then add chopped tomato and sauté well.

In a blender or mixer add broken red chilly, aniseed, turmeric powder ½ tsp, ginger pieces and garlic pods; grind well to get a paste.

When tomato get sauté add this grinded paste with tomato n mix well for 2 to 3 minutes, add water to this texture to get boil well.

Take the cut pieces and cleaned pieces of pork, add ½ tsp of turmeric powder, little bit of salt, pepper powder about 1 tsp, chilly powder 1 tsp and mix well and put this marinated pork pieces to the pan and mix along, add 1 tabs of chilly sauce and mix well and close with a lid for about 10 to 15 minutes at simmer mode.

After 15 minutes open the lid, and add 1tsp of garam masala and sauté well, and again close with a lid for another 10 minutes at simmer mode for cooking.

After 10 minutes open the lid add tomato sauce and mix well and also add oil little bit on the top of pork pieces and turn off the flame.

Serve it in a dish and you can garnish it with round chopped onions and green chilly and serve it hot.


  1. Wow!!! My fav!!! Looks so yummy!!!

  2. i dont eat pork,so never tried with pork,sounds hubby will lov it..

  3. Pork Vinthalu looks great and yummy... But it was a lil difficult to read the post since the html scripts were all visible, guess a piece of the tag is missing and the entire code is visible here...

  4. vinthalu looks very spicy and tasty...

  5. hello Reshmi.......u know pork is one of my favourites...and.ur presentation is too gud.....kothi aakunnu......thanks for sharing this recipe..

  6. thank u friends to leave good n valuable comments for my recipie...sometimes in blogspot may feel certain kinds of certification that may cause problem in opening n reading html scripts..kindly adjust..thanks to all..

  7. hi dear,

    thx for visiting my blog..u va a wonderful blog with all yummy recipes...glad to follow keep in touch!

  8. luks spicy&yummy,but i dnt eat pork reshmi..

  9. Butter scotch cake luks perfect Reshmi...!