Hi guys, Just wondering if anyone can help please. Do you know if boneless pork loin would be okay for using in Hari’s Coorg Pandi curry or any other curry?

It’s pretty massive and quite lean. I’ve cut a few steaks for freezing and the rest will be for bacon. Many thanks 😊

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traceyross
10 months

That’s good to know @andrewsherman thank you

andrewsherman
10 months

This makes a great pork and mushroom madras👍

traceyross
11 months

Thank you @stripybag that’s very kind of you. Your meal looks delicious @Mark Harvey thank you for posting👍.

stripybag
11 months

That’s really interesting @Damian Green and @ Hari Ghotra, thanks for sharing the info. Good luck with the meal @traceyross.

traceyross
11 months

Thank you @Hari for the advice and glad it works well in your curries. I’ll check out your pork you tube videos and cook this next week. It will definitely be a nice change to chicken. Thanks 💞

Hari Ghotra
11 months

I did some work with the meat board recently specifically on pork. They are really trying to push its usage in the UK as an alternative to chicken. It does cook more quickly (which for most people is a positive) and with the curries I tried it worked well. That’s really interesting @Damian Green thanks for sharing the info.

traceyross
11 months

Thanks @joncrewgee for your advice that’s good to know. 👌

joncrewgee
11 months

A great cut of meat,it’s what I would use every time.Its very tender and very lean 👍😊

traceyross
11 months

Thanks @Sue Geen that’s good to know.😀

Sue Geen
11 months

that's what I used. it was great!

traceyross
11 months

Thank you @Damian Green for sharing your link, that’s brilliant I’ll take a look. It’s definitely lean and dries out easy. I’ve managed to overcook it before so this guide is very useful. Many thanks 👌😀

Damian Green
11 months

https://www.themeatsource.com/porkroast.html

Damian Green
11 months

It’s the last paragraph I just tried to paste in- not sure why it’s fine the lot

Damian Green
11 months

Just found this @traceyross not sure if it applies to you.

Pork is about 30 percent leaner than it was 25 years ago. This is good news for the low fat diets, but this means less flavor, moisture and tenderness, so choosing the proper cooking method for each cut will make a huge difference when preparing today's pork.

We have rated each pork roast for flavor based on experience, research and feedback from others. The rating system is out of 5, the best being 5/5 and the lowest 1/5.

All pork can be tender if you know how to cook a roast, meat from different parts of the pig must be cooked in different ways to maximize flavor and tenderness, by following the pork roast cooking time instructions you will always have great tasting easy pork recipes.

Enhanced or seasoned pork is becoming more and more popular in grocery stores in the United States and Canada. If the pork you have purchased is enhanced do not use a brine solution or add any salt to the recipe. Read this article to learn more about enhanced or seasoned pork.

traceyross
11 months

Thank you @Damian Green that sounds great too. Do enjoy Thai/Chinese.

traceyross
11 months

Thank you @Hari Ghotra that’s perfect I’ve not cooked a lot with pork.

Damian Green
11 months

Beautiful cut of meat @traceyross I use it quite a lot for stir-frying Thai/Chinese if it’s the neck fillet

Hari Ghotra
11 months

Yes @traceyross that will be fine.