Sunday, 26 September 2021


Japanese Curry


1. 2 kg pork cut into bite-size (I use nakkefilet (which is pork neck) from Føtex supermarket, see picture below)
2. 8 potatoes cut cubes
3. 3 carrots cut cubes
4. 1 large onion sliced
5. 4 cloves garlic diced
6. 4 cubes of Japanese curry seasoning
7. Just enough water to cover the item in the pot
8. 2 TBS cooking oil


1. Heat cooking oil in pan and add half of the garlic and fry until golden.
2. Add half of the onions and fry until golden.
3. Add carrots and potatoes and fry until golden.
4. Remove from pan.
5. Heat pot with oil, add the remaining half of the garlic and fry until golden.
6. Add meat and fry until golden, but not fully cooked.
7. Add back the vegetables.
8. Fill it with hot water until just covering the food and bring to boil.
9. Add Japanese curry seasoning and mix well.
10. Simmer for 15 minutes until the meat is fully cooked ad serve with rice and some salad :-)

Additional Information:

This is always a hit with my children. It is also a safe dish to bring for potluck - usually most, if not all, guests love it. For the pork, I use nakkefilet, as it is very tender and very forgiving no matter how you cook it. Daddy FECS loves this dish too. But having said that, I don't serve this dish so often as the Japanese curry seasoning I believe does contain MSG. I can't believe I only made this post now. It has stayed in my draft box since June 2015!

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