Learn how to make Smoked Pork Curry recipe with step by step pictures – a traditional and authentic Naga style pork recipe.
This curry is also one of the popular Naga pork curry prepared with smoked pork and potatoes. The pork is cooked along with potatoes, tomatoes, green chillies. Then this ingredients once cooked is mashed to form a semi-thick curry. Perfect to have with piping hot steamed rice.
Naga Smoked Pork Curry is a easy and simple recipe. It is a very delicious and fingerlicking curry. It is a simple recipe with just some basic ingredients except the spice ‘Mongmong jang’ also commonly known as Mejenga seeds. It is a locally available spice which is a variety Sichuan peppercorn. You can use it if available or can opt that out if you cannot source it.
This curry recipe is best with smoked pork and not with fresh pork. You can also use smoked beef. We follow the same recipe and make naga style potato curry using dry fish minus the sichuan peppercorns.
If you love naga cuisine do try this recipe and let me know your thoughts about the recipe.
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Preparation time : 10 mins
Cooking time : 30 mins
Serves : 3
300 gms Smoked Pork
2 Potatoes peeled and cubed
10-15 Green Chilly
1 tbsp Mongmong Chang ( Sichuan peppercorns/ Mejenga Seed)
Salt to taste
Water as required
Wash the smoked pork with warm water nicely. Cut them into medium cubes and add them in a pot.
In the pot add the green chillies, potatoes, tomatoes.
Add salt and enough water. Bring them to a boil, cover the pan and cook till the pork is cooked completely. Cooking time differs according to the tenderness of the meat.
In a mortar and pestle mashed the potatoes, tomatoes and green chillies one after the other.
Add them back to the pot, adjust the gravy consistency by adding water as required.
Dry roast the mongmong chang/ sichuan peppercorns and crush them using your palms or mortar pestle.
Add the crushed sichuan peppercorns to the curry, bring it to a boil and take off the heat.
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These are some of the pork recipes in my blog if at all you have not come across. Do have a check if you are a pork lover and loves to try Naga Cuisine.