You won’t find this pork patia in many Indian restaurants so you’re just going to have to make it at home!
For religious reasons, pork is not served at many Indian restaurants. Personally, however I love pork and cook with it often. Cooking pork in a British Indian Restaurant (BIR) style tastes mouthwateringly good. I guess that’s why I frequent Indian restaurants more often that have pork on the menu.
Patias like this were first cooked here in the UK. They were made to compete with the popular sweet and sour Chinese dishes. This pork patia recipe will stand up to any Chinese takeaway dish!
Those of you who follow my blog regularly will know that I have a lot of British Indian Restaurant (BIR) style recipes. Most ask for my curry sauce which is blended with the other ingredients to make this or that curry. This recipe, however can be made without the curry sauce. You just need to ensure you cook the meat until it is very tender and then dig in.
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The pork in the recipe was supplied to me free of charge to try from Farmer’s Choice. As with all of their free range meat, it was awesome and perfect for the pork patia recipe!