These comforting pork curry recipes will make you want to curl up with a hot bowl!
When it comes to pork curry, there is no shortage of flavor. Or protein for that matter.
From pork belly to tenderloin, you can turn all kinds of cuts of pork into a bold curry.
Take your pick from Thai, Indian, Japanese, or Sri Lankan.
Each country has its own distinct flavor and they all taste equally great.
Feed the family with Instant Pot pork or go with an Indian classic like pork Vindaloo.
You also can’t go wrong with my favorite spicy Thai pork curry ramen recipe.
Hearty, robust, and meaty, these pork curry recipes are a gratifying dish that makes your belly and tastebuds happy.
If a flavor-packed pork dish is what you want, that is what you’ll get with this Indian curry.
This dish is about two things: pork and spices. That’s it!
You’ll need to temper a long list of spices in oil to bring out their aroma.
If that weren’t enough flavor for you, the pork gets a coating of masala, ground turmeric, and then some.
With all that going on, you might want to serve it with some flatbread or white rice to soak up all the flavor.
Keralan Pandi is an Indian curry that consists of turmeric-coated pork loin in a rich coconut milk sauce.
What makes the sauce hearty and complex is the mix of canned tomatoes and a pungent spice blend.
The heat is pretty mild. So if you like things spicy, you’ll want to crank it up with more fresh chili peppers.
Don’t let the color fool you. That’s not burnt pork, that’s a deliciously cooked curry!
What gives this dish its signature color is the Sri Lankan roasted curry powder and tamarind paste.
With those ingredients alone, you know you’re in for big bold flavors.
Thinking about making a meaty Japanese curry for tonight’s dinner? I’ve got just the thing!
This 30-minute dish only needs five ingredients. Well that, and a side of white rice.
It’s heavy on the pork and the sauce. But don’t worry, it has some root veggies tossed in for good measure.
On a side note, the store-bought Japanese curry roux is a key ingredient. So you might want to stock up.
One of my favorite ways to make pork is Thai red curry.
The broth is creamy, spicy, sweet, umami, and fresh. It’s pretty much as perfect as perfect can be.
What sends it through the roof is the combination of Japanese eggplant, butternut squash, and tender pork shoulder.
The moment I hear pork curry tinola my mouth instantly starts watering. Give it a try and the same will happen to you.
The golden coconut broth radiates with turmeric, curry powder, aromatic alliums, and Thai chilis.
Swimming inside is papaya, spinach, and, wait for it, pork shoulder!
Double up on the protein with this Filipino curry.
Giant chunks of tender chicken and succulent pork belly are no doubt the main highlight of the dish.
What accentuates their juicy flavor is a creamy curry sauce speckled with peas, bell peppers, and potato cubes.
Everyone who knows me knows I can’t resist a bowl of ramen. Especially when you add pork!
The creamy curry coconut sauce, tender rice noodles, jammy eggs, and spicy ground pork make this a perfect dish.
It might not be instant, but the best ramen never is.
Want to know the best way to doctor up white rice? It’s with pork and curry!
This dish is a mashup of two of my favorite styles of curry: Indian and Thai.
It’s got big chunks of juicy tenderloin, sweet corn kernels, and zucchini.
All of this gets coated in a coconut milk sauce flavored with curry powder, turmeric, soy sauce, and then some.
Rice aside, the dish will only take 20 minutes.
Vindaloo is a classic that will have any pork lover obsessing.
It’s tangy, creamy, savory, and heavy on the pork. It’s also a great way to make pork chops, and it’s far from boring.
Make it on the stove or try it out in your Instant Pot. When it’s done, garnish it with cilantro, and dinner is ready.
The stew-like consistency and curry spice make this one comforting dish.
This seven-ingredient curry is a must for the meat and potatoes crowd.
Beginner-friendly and nutrient-rich, it’s a pretty simple recipe anyone can make. It’s also big on veggies and pork tenderloin.
Ladle yourself a bowl and grab a spoon. When you add big chunks of potatoes to the curry, you can skip the rice.
12. Assam Pork Curry
Assam pork is a Peranakan Chinese curry. It’s a heartwarming blend of curry spice, curry sauce, and marbled pork.
The sauce and the spice blend both call for tamarind. So it has a sweet, tangy, and sour flavor.
It also contains a ton of chili paste and curry powder!
It’s exactly the kind of punchy sauce you want to bathe pork in.
There is something about this Thai curry that gets me every time.
The pork simmers low and slow until it’s fall-off-the-bone tender.
The tamarind paste makes it sweet and tangy while the curry gives it a flavorful kick.
For an added punch, it’s got a handful of pickled garlic along with the juice!
The only thing that makes succulent pork belly even better is Japanese curry.
The buttery pork belly and tender veggies taste incredible in the thick sauce.
Garam masala, tomato paste, and aromatics give it curry a ton of depth.
Enhance all those flavors with a splash of sake and use cornstarch to thicken it up.
When you crave curry minus the work, put the good old Instant Pot to work.
This keto-friendly dish is beaming with pungent spices, fresh veggies, and tender cubed pork.
Meaty and hearty, this easy clean-up meal only takes about 30 minutes to make. So it’s great any night of the week.
This curry is fruity, tangy, meaty, and spiced with just the right blend of homemade curry powder.
The succulent pork butt alone needs no introduction. But when it comes to the sauce this dish has swept my heart away.
It’s rife with complexity between the pineapple, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, and three types of citrus juice.
Is anyone else as hungry as me?
Bust out the slow cooker because tonight we’re making curry with pork roast!
This will take about 5 hours so get started early.
It has a light coconut milk sauce brightened up with lime, ginger, and curry powder. As for the pork, there is no shortage here.
The family will love this one. When you get home, dinner will be waiting.
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