Oxmoor House
Yield
6 servings (serving size: about 1 cup pork mixture and 1/2 cup rice)

Madras curry powder lends a little spice without being overpowering. Coconut milk stirred in at the end of the cooking time counters the burn with sweet creaminess. Reminiscent of many Indian-inspired dishes, this recipe relies on slow cooking to develop its richness.

How to Make It

Step 1

Heat a large skillet. Add oil to pan; swirl to coat. Add pork; cook 4 minutes, browning on all sides.

Step 2

Combine potato and next 11 ingredients (through garlic) in an electric slow cooker; stir well to dissolve flour. Cover and cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours or until pork and potatoes are tender. Stir in coconut milk. Serve pork over rice. Garnish each serving with a cilantro sprig, if desired.

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Ratings & Reviews

Bland.

kdunph
March 28, 2015
It is very easy to make and we certainly had leftovers but "as is," the dish does not have much flavor. 

trying once more

rabbit45
March 14, 2015
Could be the curry powder I used, but this is not my favorite. I might try it again, but with less potatoes. I am not a big fan of a lot of potatoes and then over rice. Too much starch for me. A filling meal tho, maybe 1/2 of the potatoes and more vegetables, next time.

Beefers23's Review

maybso
June 23, 2014
This turned out really good! I'm pretty picky but I enjoyed this recipe. The pork was tender and the potatoes added a nice touch to it. I will definitely be making this one again. Unique flavor (in a good way). Easy to prepare too. I forgot to put in the coconut milk after it was done but it tasted fine without it. I will put it in next time.

kdunph's Review

Beefers23
March 13, 2014
First, how does this have any stars if there are no reviews? That's just weird. That said, this is delicious. I made it for the first time on Valentine's Day for my lady, and it was great cold weather comfort food. The seasoning is great. I used real fresh ginger root and put cilantro and lemon juice into the water that I steamed the rice with. Obviously, I'm not a seasoned (haha) cook, but this was a piece of cake to prepare (did it on my lunch break), and it turned out great. I'm making it again tomorrow for my visiting out-of-town friends. One question: do I have to brown the pork first? Or can I throw it in raw? That would make it even easier.

Jimmydreams's Review

Jimmydreams
February 19, 2013
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rabbit45's Review

RCoobs
December 03, 2012
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