Indian-Spiced Pork Skewers

CATEGORIES: Asian and Thai, Pork, Sara, Skewers

I’ve been on a skewers kick lately. I think we’ve established the fact that food on a stick is fun, and skewers are great because you can get a whole little meal proportioned out in single servings. Don’t be scared by the word “Indian” (admit it, some of you are!) This is every day stuff you probably already have in your cabinet.  I love these flavors together and it was a great way to use up the pork tenderloin I had left over from making this recipe. I’ve made this with chicken too and it was great, but I think I actually prefer the pork! This is a great quick and easy summer time dinner.




  1. I love making Indian food! Chicken Korma is my absolute favorite along with some Naan and (my Americanized) mango chutney…I'm in heaven!

    I'm also a big fan of Tandoori chicken with black pepper rice. Dang, now I'm gettin' hungry!

  2. Being half Indian, I have had plenty of authentic YUMMY Indian food. This looks good-might try it! Bombay House in Provo is YUMMY but according to my Indian dad, not very authentic. He said it has been "Americanized". So yummy though

  3. Oh, Indian food is my favorite cuisine. I could just die happy every time I eat it. We found a great place here in Boise, they even have a lunch buffet so you can try lots of different things at once. Amazing!

  4. Indian food is my absolute favorite. I will eat Samosas any time any place, but some of my other favorites are alou ghobi, channa masala, or Palak Paneer. Nothing is better than Masala Dosa though. I occasionally make an alou ghobi type dish at home, but mostly I find its not worth trying to make Indian at home because its never as good. That doesn't keep me from putting turmeric and garam masala in plenty of stuff though 🙂

  5. Sara, would it be absolutely horrible without the curry in it? I've had allergic reactions to curry in the past and don't want to take any chances, but I think this would be a great way to use some of the pork roasts I have in the freezer.

  6. Oh, we love Indian Food we had it last night. If any one is in Provo they must drive directly to the Bombay House. He don't get much Indian Food out in Oklahoma except what I make at home. We like Tikka Masala quite a bit, not sure how "authentic" it is, but quite enjoyable. I usually make some naan with it, which is always yummy. I am looking forward to this recipe, just purchased some pork on sale.

  7. One of my best friends is Indian, so I've eaten quite a bit of Indian food. My all time favorites are Chicken Tikka Masala and Buttered Chicken. They're very similar, depending on who's making it. At our local Indian restaurant, I like the Tikka Masala better. And with some Garlic Nan bread…YUM! I crave it almost as much as I crave sushi.

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