Chilli pork is one of the most versatile dishes in that it can just as easily double as a side dish to go with tingmo, rice, fried rice, or noodles, as function as a standalone snack or appetiser. It can be cooked in several different ways. In fact, nearly all East Asian and Southeast Asian cultures have variations of this popular dish. In India, besides the Tibetan, and Nepali versions, the Goan, Mangalorean and Kerala-style chilli pork are well known, and who among us doesn’t enjoy the dry, dark Coorgi chilli pork?
We like our chilli pork juicy, where stir-fried pork slices are accompanied with hot green chillies in every bite. We’re using the pork belly as it is fatty, but you could also use the leaner shoulder. This simple recipe leads to twice-cooked chilli pork. The meat is first boiled until tender and then stir-fried. This recipe is also reminiscent of the chilli pork on the menus of several Chinese restaurants in Calcutta.
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