Thursday, 7 March 2013

Fruity pork curry

This is one of the best, low fat curries I have ever made. The combination of sweet and fire, is one that i'm not used to, but it will be certainly made again and again and again. And the best thing about this curry, it's low fat and adapted from the most successful diet clubs of all time, Weight Watchers. I teamed this wonderful curry with low fat naan bread, raita and mango chutney and it was the perfect mid week supper. My dish had around 500 calories per serving, which I think is excellent for a low calorie (ish) feast.
Here is how my fruity pork curry turned out:
Fruity pork curry.

Ingredients for fruity pork curry - adapted from my Weight Watchers Nice and Spicy
1 tbsp garam masala
1tbsp garlic powder
1tbsp chilli powder
1tbsp crushed chillies
1tbsp salt
2tbsp curry powder
1 small onion, finely chopped
3 x 150g lean pork steak - fat removed and cubed
low fat cooking spray
2 tbsp oil
1 red pepper
200ml hot chicken stock
300g passata
4 fresh or canned pineapple rings cut into pieces.

Chop the onion, and pork into bite size pieces. Apply the seasoning to the pork and onion mixture and leave to marinade for at least 30 minutes. Heat a wide non stick pan with the oil and cook the pork for around 6 minutes, stirring. Add the stock, passata and pineapple and leave to simmer for around 20 minutes on a low heat until the stock has thickened.
Serve with rice, naan bread or chappatis.


  1. You've got me craving for curry. With yours having such low calories I would come back for seconds which will defeat the purpose.. :)

  2. Great recipes - I always seem to make chicken or beef curries so this would be a nice variation for me!

  3. I haven't had a curry for ages - this sounds fabulous and love that you use pork!
    Mary x


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