Cut the onions, sauté in a frying pan, and transfer to a curry pot.
Sauté the pork and carrots in the same frying pan, and transfer to the curry pot. Add water, and simmer for about 20 minutes.
Simply cut the sugar tomatoes in half with the skins intact, and add to the curry pot 5 minutes before adding the roux.
After simmering for 20 minutes (5 minutes after adding the tomatoes), pinch the tomato skins with a pair of chopsticks, and remove. They will slide off easily.
Turn off the heat, add curry flakes, turn the heat back on, and simmer for about 10 minutes.
Story Behind this Recipe
When we eat curry, my family regularly has beef or seafood curry, but this is not a well-simmered curry, so I was able to make a delicious curry using pork bits without it falling apart.
I think this is tasty even with cherry tomatoes if you don't have sugar tomatoes. Of course, regular tomatoes are ok! Potatoes soaked with the flavor of the curry are also delicious, but you can enjoy the taste of the curry itself if you don't add them in, so hold off on them! If you follow the directions written on the curry box or package faithfully (amount of water etc.), then you can make delicious curry.