Recipe of the Day: Jamaican Curry Goat

The Curry Goat is a popular dish in Jamaica. It has been passed down from generations and is used on many occasions such as everyday dinners, parties and funerals. It is cooked with spices and of course curry and tastes great. Today we will give you the recipe to make your own curry goat at home. Check it out below.

Ingredients

Curried Goat - Ingredients 

2lb (including bones) of goat meat – cut in to cubes (lamb may be used as a substitute)
2 tbsp curry powder
2 diced onions
2 scallions (or spring onions)
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
2 tablespoons ReCaFo Jamaican Scotch Bonnett Pepper Sauce
1 tbsp fresh grated ginger
6 cloves of minced garlic
2 sprigs of fresh thyme
1 tbsp butter
1/2 lb diced carrots
1/2 lb diced potato

Preparation

Curried Goat - Mixing the Marinade

 Combine the curry powder, onions, scallion, salt, pepper, chillies, ginger, thyme and half a cup of water in a blender. Add more water if the ingredients do not mix well.

Curried Goat - Marinading the Meat

Rub the mixture in to the cubes of meat, let marinade in the fridge overnight.

Cooking

Curried Goat - Separating the Meat and The Marinade

Scrape the marinade off the meat and save for later.

Curried Goat - Sealing the Meat

Add the meat and butter to a frying pan and brown gently.

Curried Goat - Adding the Remaining Ingredients

Place the meat in a saucepan and add the potatoes, carrots and marinade then add enough water to cover the meat.

Curried Goat - Ingredients

Bring to the boil then let simmer until the meat is tender (this should take 1hr – 1.5 hrs).

Serving

Curried Goat - Serving

Serve with rice and peas.

Enjoy.

Courtesy of Jamaica travel & culture.com

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