I have some very fond memories of living at home, every Friday night was curry night. Used to love spending time cooking curry in the kitchen with my dad. Usually had a drink or two aswell 🙂
I’ve never quite attempted to make a curry like his, but since I now live 300 miles away from my parents, I can’t just pop home every Friday!
A quick phone call to my dad earlier this week and I think I’ve got the hang of the recipe. Saying that he always makes cooking look easy.
You can use whatever meat you like, but since Pork is my favourite, that’s what I went for. Start off by frying the pork, to give it a bit of colour, and then adding water, leaving to boil, until all the water has reduced, and you are back to frying.
This is when you add your Cumin seeds and your fresh ingredients; Mushrooms, Peppers, Onion, Garlic, Ginger and a few finely chopped coriander stalks.
You can now add your curry paste, which you can make by combing Indian spices with a little bit of tomato puree and water. I used Garam Masala, Hot Curry Powder, and Coriander powder.