Recipes - Pork Chilli

1 kg Pork
1 green capsicum
2- 3 medium onions
6 green chillies
1 inch ginger
6 flakes garlic
1 tsp. bafat powder
1 tsp pepper powder
2 tablespoons soya sauce
1 tablespoon chilli sauce
Salt and vinegar to taste

Cut pork into chunks (4 large pieces) and wash.  Add crushed ginger /garlic, salt and vinegar and boil for 20 minutes adding very little water.  When cool, slice pork into thin slices.  Fry these slices till light brown on both sides.  In the same pan (remove excess oil) fry the thinly sliced onions, capsicum and green chillies for 2 minutes.  Add bafat powder, pepper powder and soya sauce and chilli sauce.  Mix well.  Add the fried pork to this mixture and let it cook for 5 more minutes.

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  • Asha Fernandes, Dubai, UAE

    Thu, Jun 25 2020

    Tried it.. it was awesome

  • Priyanka Dsouza, Muscat

    Sat, Oct 20 2018

    Thank you for the tasty recipe !!


    Mon, Aug 20 2018

    awesome recipe. thank you for sharing.

  • Grace Colaco, Bangalore

    Mon, Aug 13 2018

    I tried it . It's an awesome dish. Thanks for sharing .

  • Rizwal Fernandes .(Belvai), Abudhabi

    Sun, Apr 08 2018

    Dear Anita, I tried your receipe today first time, it come out very nice. Thank you for shring.

  • Laila Pinto, Mangalore

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    This dish is awesome and my family just loves it. Thanks a lot for this great recipe.

  • Roy Vijay D' Silva, Kulshekar / Dubai

    Thu, May 05 2016

    Bafat powder is a readymade powder consisting of the condiments required to prepare Pork Bafath used instead of grinding masala. It is available in Mangalorean catholic groceries, bakeries & also in Pork shops.

  • jennifer, udupi/bangalore

    Wed, Apr 27 2016

    what exactly is bafat powder,hw do we prepare that,could you please elaborate

  • ranjith, dubai

    Fri, Jun 26 2015

    thanks for nice recipe. its comes out good and tasty..............

  • Tina fernandes, DUBAI/UK

    Wed, Jun 18 2014

    Million of thanks for your recipe it was really good ,

  • janet stephens, mangalore

    Thu, Apr 24 2014

    hi anita,

    r u my cousin, as my maiden name ws moraes. i must try yr recipe. wl let u know how it turned out.

  • lobo,

    Sat, Apr 19 2014

    Pl claify abt chilli sauce. Green or red. Will prepare for Easter.

  • vinod, mangalore

    Fri, Jan 10 2014

    Thank you for your recipe. It was a great day. I have tried it was really testy and easy. Please upload more will help people who are homely. Thank you once again. Wish you all the best
    vinod f.furtado

  • Dr Kuldeep Dmello, Mangalore / Goa

    Sun, Jul 21 2013

    Thanks for the recipe .. turned out awesome ..

  • Sheryl, Mangalore / Dubai

    Tue, Jun 25 2013

    Looks very tasty and nice... Will try this out this weekend !
    Thanks Anita !

  • sybil serrao, Andheri - Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 20 2013

    nice & easy to prepare surely I will
    make it

  • jessy, bangalore

    Sat, Jun 15 2013

    Nice recipe i will try this one.let me come back,and let you know.

  • Vinoka, Dubai

    Thu, May 09 2013

    nice recipe. Very easy and tasty. thanks

  • Amith, Israel, Gujrat

    Wed, May 01 2013

    Nice recipe, thanx for sharing

  • Renita Pereira, Mangalore

    Sun, Mar 31 2013

    gud one i tried at home, recipe was superb

  • Veena Furtado, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 01 2013

    Awesome recipe...I tried several times...even i tried same recipe with prawns instead of pork... just try it...

  • Derick Alan Pinto, Surathkal/Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 26 2013

    Dear anita,
    thank u, for ur awsome recipe

  • viola , Dubai

    Wed, Dec 26 2012

    Dear Anita,
    Tried your receipe. Taste Good. All of us enjoyed the Pork Chilli on Christmas Day!! Thanks for sharing.
    Love Viola

  • Jameson Quadros, Mangalore/Mumbai

    Sat, Dec 01 2012

    Thanks Anita,

    Your recipe was fantastic! I was thinking of cooking pork chilly since a looooong time. Finally, I came across your recipe and it was just awesome. My mom was simply amazed. Hope you share more pork/lamb stuff here. Thanks!

  • sylvia, mangalore/hyderabad

    Mon, Oct 08 2012

    tried ur receipe , it is awesome, all my family members enjoyed it verymuch

  • mabel, udupi / dxb

    Fri, Oct 05 2012

    Tried your recipe. Very easy. I love it. Thankyou

  • alwin, dubai

    Tue, Oct 02 2012

    nice taest i like it,

  • Anita Moraes, Bejai/Mississauga

    Tue, Sep 11 2012

    Hi Angela,

    Glad to know that you and your family liked the Pok Chilli recipe. Keep cooking! Thanks again.

  • Angela Rodricks, mangalroe

    Sun, Feb 12 2012

    Dear Anita,
    Tried your receipe. Its an excellent one. My kids asked for a repeat the very next day. Thanks. Angela

  • Veena, Mangalore

    Sat, Jul 09 2011

    Awesomerecipe.. thanks for sharing :).

  • maria, india

    Sun, Jun 27 2010

    good pork chilli recipie

  • ignatius peris, mangalore

    Tue, Dec 22 2009

    instead of bafat powder prepare chilly paste appr. 20 long red chillys for 1 kg pork immerce in hot water and grind to fine paste

  • Gilbert, Udipi/Ghana (West Africa)

    Mon, Jun 29 2009

    I am little confused on what to do with Ginger & Garlic used to cook pork? Also you didnt include the oil in ingredients and as well as the quantity to be used Can curry powder be used in absence of Bapat powder?

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