The Simplest Pork Curry

The Simplest Pork Curry

Basically this is like an onion gratin soup... with big chunks of pork! It's a really simple curry.

Ingredients: 4 servings

Pork belly (block)
500 g
1 clove
Commercial curry roux block, medium-hot
1 box
Japanese Worcestershire-style sauce
2 tablespoons
Balsamic vinegar
1 tablespoon
Salt, pepper, sugar
To taste
Soy sauce
1 teaspoon


1. To start out, let's make the basic caramelized onions! I sliced the onions, sprinkled with salt and olive oil, covered with plastic wrap and microwaved for 10 minutes. Then stir-fry patiently until it caramelizes!
2. It looks like this! If you add soup stock, it will become a very good onion soup!
3. I often use two kinds of commercial curry roux mixed together, but the base I like to use is always Java Curry Brand (Medium Hot)!! To season, add Japanese Worcestershire-style sauce and balsamic vinegar. Add grated garlic at the end! And a little bit of soy sauce as a secret flavor!
4. Cut the pork belly into big chunks.
5. Pan fry until browned on all sides.
6. Done!

Story Behind this Recipe

Thanks to all the great feedback that I've gotten, it's turned into a delicious, chunky curry.