Pressure cooker pork belly with cabbage curry


I indulged in a tuck shop lunch today of hot chips. To balance that indulgence I went with a meal in my fast slow cooker. Pork belly with some sliced cabbage is quick easy and tasty.

Pressure cooker pork belly with cabbage curry

Ingredients

  • Pork belly strip
  • Chicken stock, 1 cup
  • Red cabbage, thinly cut strips
  • Drumhead cabbage, thinly cut strips
  • Black whole peppercorns, freshly ground in a mortar with a pestle
  • Coconut milk
  • Curry paste

Instructions

  • Cut the pork into bite-sized chunks.
  • Boil some water and add a sachet of instant noodle chicken flavouring to 1 cup of boiling water.
  • Slice the red cabbage and drumhead cabbage into thin strips.
  • Grind the black whole peppercorns in a mortar with a pestle.
  • Put the pork, stock, and cabbage into the cooking vessel along with another cup of water.
  • Cook for 10 minutes and allow the pressure to release unaided.
  • Remove everything from the cooking vessel into a bowl.
  • Decant into a deep skillet and bring to the boil. 
  • Add the curry paste and coconut milk.
  • Season with the pepper.
  • Eat with chopsticks and a spoon.
Pressure cooker pork belly with cabbage curry

Author: Gary

I'm a medical practitioner, specialist pathologist in microbiology, and Member of the Order of Australia (2003). I'm for resuscitation, if you find me struggling, please save me. I like to cook food, photograph it and then eat it. I'm also a fan of Star Trek, Stargate, Farscape, and Babylon 5.

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