Recipes - Pork Rolls in Spicy Gravy


1 Kg. Pork

To Marinate:
1 tsp. ginger
1 tsp. garlic
Spring onion, one small bunch cut into small pieces.
3 Green chillies cut into small pieces.
1 tsp. pepper powder
Lime and salt to taste.

For Masala:
10 kashmiri chillies
½ tsp. mustard seeds
1 tsp. Jeera
½ tsp. turmeric powder
1-2 tsp. coriander seeds
5 cloves garam Masala
1 Cinamon
1 tbsp. vinegar
(Grind the above to a fine paste).

5-6 Onions, cut into thin slices.
4-5 tsp. ginger garlic paste

Cut the fatless and boneless pork into thin big slices and fork them from one side, rub lime and salt on both sides.  Add the marinade into it (forked side) roll it and tie it tightly with thread (like rolls) and keep aside for 1 hour.

Using little oil fry it from both the sides, till it turns brown.

For Gravy:
Add little oil in a pan and shallow fry onion, ginger garlic paste till pink. Add the ground masala and continue frying for few minutes, now add pork rolls and continue frying for sometime. Add salt to taste.  Add boiled potatoes and little water and simmer it till gravy becomes thick.

Serve hot with Kubus or Chapatis.

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Comment on this article

  • Karyn, India

    Mon, Dec 01 2014

    Can the threads be removed after they are fried since I tried this its really tasty other than the threads whilst eating so thought of discarding the threads earlier. Please let me know. Thanks

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