Time for some Pork Chops!

If you like your meat more well-done than pink – I got the recipe for you.

Total Time: 7 minutes

Ingredients

  • medium-sized thinly cut pork chop ( I eat two of these, about 0.5lbs)
  • Spices
    • ~1 tsp pepper
    • ~0.5 tsp salt
    • 2 tsp home-made curry powder
    • some basil
    • a pinch of cumin.
Preparation
  • Mix all the spices together and add 1tsp of water to it.
  • Turn the oven on to 350F/175.
  • Spray some oil on the skillet; Roast the pork chop over it for 2 mins on either side.
  • Now, put it into the oven for 3-5 minutes.
  • That’s it! Ridiculously simple.
  • Oh yeah, and make some delicious tomato-mushroom biryani on the side.
Comments

So, I did sorta lie. Making the rice is gonna taken you much more than 7 minutes. But hey – it is still a very simple way to make some delicious, well-done pork chop with a very Indian-ish taste. It is spicy and vibrant. To be honest, I have no idea how Indian pork is supposed to taste but hey, that’s poetic license of sorts.

We at “Eat Real Food” apologize for a large period of silence. Arvind and Raj are in the process of moving back to India to start The Quad. If we are a wee bit erratic for the next few weeks, you know why. Peace.

Recipe credits: Arvind Ashok
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  • Mamatha
    August 5, 2011

    Nice! If you want some authentic Indian pork recipes (Kerala-style), here are some:

    http://blog.sigsiv.com/category/recipes/by-ingredient/pork

    I highly recommend the Curried Pork Belly – it’s like eating curry-flavored bacon.

  • ramya
    March 9, 2012

    I tried this yesterday. came out really good… indian-ishly yummy :p

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