East Indian Pork Sorpotel or Indian Saraptel
Another East-Indian classic pork recipe Sorportel is a must have at any festive table alongside vindaloo. Spicy, delicious made with East-Indian bottle masala and fresh garlic ginger and chilies.
This is ethnic to East-Indian cuisine and different from Goan sorpotel which is also another authentic recipe originating from Goa.
Pork SarpatelPrint Rate
- 1 kg Pork cut to large chunks
- 100 grams Pork liver cut to large chunks
- 100 grams Pork heart keep in large pieces
- 1/2 tsp turmeric powder haldi
- 10 Garlic cloves thinly slices
- 1 inch Fresh Ginger thinly sliced
- 3 Green Chilies thinly sliced
- 2 tbsp Cooking oil
- 2 tbsp Bottle masala
- 1/2 cup Vinegar
- 1 tsp Salt
- 1/2 tsp Pepper
- 1 tbsp Dried pork blood (optional – a traditional ingredient)
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Par boil pork
- Place pork, heart, and liver in a heavy bottom sauce pan
- Season with salt, pepper and turmeric
- Stir fry on medium heat in a heavy bottom pot with 1/4 cup vinegar and cook until brown (do not add water)
- Let cool – cut into fine pieces (about 1/2 inch piece)
- In a heavy bottom cooking pot add oil and fry the ginger, garlic, chiles for 2 minutes
- Then add bottle masala – fry for a minute more on gentle heat
- Add the chopped meat, (dried blood if using) and saute on medium heat.
- Finally add remaining vinegar and cook until meat is cooked well.
- Taste and adjust seasoning. Add more vinegar is necessary
- Traditionally pork blood is an ingredient used in this dish. I have never ever used it in any of my sorpotel recipes.
- The vinegar I have given is a 1/2 cup but you may need more. Up to 1 cup. I find vinegar we get overseas is stronger – so tend to use less, while in Indian I use more. Please taste and adjust as necessary.
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