Pork Broccoli Curry

Build from what you have and you will soon have a meal on the table. That was exactly what I did with this Pork Broccoli Curry. Very tasty but very simple to prepare.

Many people would use rice to accompany a curry but I chose sweet potato as an alternative. Either could be used and taste as good. It just so happened that I preferred some sweet potato on the day that I made this.

Add a good serving of mixed vegetables to get a great meal that is far from budget breaking. This works out at under a quid with the ingredients that I used.

Pork Broccoli Curry

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Yield: Serves 1

Pork Broccoli Curry

Another from my more unusual cooking yet this Pork Broccoli Curry does result in a great meal. A little meat plus plenty of vegetables create a fairly healthy dish. Add on a curry sauce for taste and things are good.


  • 75g/3oz frozen diced Pork
  • 1 Sweet Potato
  • handful of Broccoli
  • 4-5 Tbsp frozen mixed vegetables
  • Small Brown Onion
  • Jar of Curry Sauce


  1. Set the steamer up with water to cook for 30 minutes.
  2. Put the frozen pork into the lower basket.
  3. Cut the sweet potato into bite sized chunks. Peeling is not always needed. The picture shows one peeled because the outer skin was tough. Mostly I will leave the skin on though.
  4. Sweet potato into the basket with the pork.
  5. Peel and halve the onion then add to the basket with the pork and sweet potato.
  6. Pour about 200ml of curry sauce into a dish that can survive the steamer. Cover that loosely then set into a second basket above the pork and sweet potato.
  7. Turn the steamer on and cook for around 10 minutes.
  8. Add the broccoli and the mixed vegetables to the third steamer basket then carefully place on the top. Steamers get very hot so you may ant to use an oven glove to protect your hands.
  9. Cook everything for a further 20 minutes.
  10. Carefully serve evrything out from the steamer on to a plate. Steamers hurt so do be careful. Pork and vegetables first then pour on the curry sauce.
  11. Eat and enjoy because it is a great meal.


Another slightly unusual one from me that can easily be varied to suit either taste or what is available at the time. It was excellent on the day that I made it though and that is what matters most to me.


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