Friday, July 17, 2015

Haaku Chwela (Grilled Pork Chwela)

Introduction

Who doesn't like Haku Chwela? Everybody does, right? Also, it is one of the dishes that you make when you have a feast, and it goes so well with beaten rice or puffed rice or even "Wo", which I need to share my recipe in near future. It is spicy in nature and I can tell while you go through my recipe, it sure will be mouth-watering. Here, for my recipe, I have used Pork since it is hard to get Buffalo meat but trust me, it just tastes great! 

Makes about 8 - 10 servings
Pork Haku Chwela

Ingredients Needed

  • Fresh Pork - 2 lbs
  • Roma Tomatoes - 2
  • Green Garlic leaves chopped - 1/3 cup
  • Garlic chopped - 5 cloves
  • Ginger/Garlic Paste - 2 tbsp
  • Mustard Oil - 2 tsp
  • Vegetable / Olive Oil - 2 tbsp
  • Fenugreek Seeds - 1/2 tsp
  • Salt, curry powder, chili powder, turmeric powder to taste
  • Schwan pepper (crushed) to taste
Optional: Cilantro to garnish

Steps to follow


Cut pork in length wise and try to make it about 1 inch thick. Line the pork in grilling basket.
Line the pork in grilling basket
Grill the meat until it is dark and cooked.
Grill the meat
Grill the tomatoes too.
Grill Tomatoes
Once the meat is cooked, add them in the hot case if you have one or in any bowl where you can add hot food and has a lid into it. When you add a lid, the meat will be moist with its moisture.
Add the cooked meat in a hot case
Now, cut the meat in small pieces as shown. Chop the cooked tomatoes too.
Cut the meat and tomatoes
Add green garlic leaves and chopped garlic cloves.
Add the chopped green garlic leaves and garlic into the mixture
Then, add the spices and mustard oil. Mix it well so the spices are all blended together. Then, add turmeric powder on top of the mixture and heat vegetable / olive oil in a small pan and add fenugreek seeds. When the fenugreek seeds turn black in color, pour into the mixture.
Add turmeric powder on the top of the mixture to add heated oil with fenugreek seeds
Mix well and the dish is ready to be served with beaten rice or puffed rice or just as however you would like to have. Enjoy!

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