A spicy delight to tickle your tastebuds!
It is so easy to whip up a fabuliciouz curry to rival any take-away that you’ll be dusting off your wok in no time! The secret to cooking this quick, yet healthy, cuisine is prior preparation. Have all of your ingredients ready to go before you start as wok cooking is stepping into the culinary fast lane!
Start off by handing Hubby a 500g packet of pork rashers to go sacrifice at the alter of burnt offerings (aka BBQ). You want that smokey char that only grilling can give & it also renders down the fat a wee bit.
Meanwhile crack on with the rest of the preparation.
Have a 400ml tin of coconut milk open & ready to go.
Keep your fish sauce on stand by near the cooktop along with a jar of red curry paste.
Peel 3 good sized carrots before slicing them on the angle, just to be fancy, & set them aside in a bowl.
In another bowl, place a sliced up long red chilli, also cut on the angle.
Yet a third dish will contain pineapple & lychee – grab 4 lychees out of a tin & chop them up roughly & then grab yourself a small tin of pineapple rings, there’s usually about 4 rings in there, & chop them up too.
Finally, have half a dozen kaffir lime leaves shredded up. I like to cheat by using the pre-done ones in the jar.
When Hubby brings in those now perfectly cooked pork rashers, slice them up so they’re also ready to toss into your wok when it’s their turn.
Now we are ready to cook!
Pour half of the coconut milk into your wok over a medium heat & heat it through.
Next, add in 3 tablespoons of the red curry paste & give it a jolly good stir to incorporate.
Pop in the carrots & let it all gently simmer away for about 5 minutes. You’re giving the carrots time to cook through as they take the longest whilst also cooking off the spice paste.
When you see the oil of the paste start to separate on the surface, it’s time to drop in the pork, Lychees & Pineapple along with the rest of the coconut milk & a splash of the fish sauce. You can also add in a tablespoon of the lychee juice from the tin if that’s what floats your boat but you don’t have too if it’s not your kind of flavour.
Bring that lot to the boil before throwing in your chilli & cook for another few minutes.
Last, but certainly not least, it’s time to stir through those kaffir lime leaves just before removing from the heat.
Serve this absolutely fabuliciouz spicy, saucy, soupy curry with fluffy white rice.