Sunday, August 27, 2006

Curried Goat

Take 3 or 4lbs goat, cut into cubes, and cover with curry powder.
Cut one and a half medium sized onions into nice medium sized chunks.
Add some corn oil to a skillet or dutch pot, and brown the meat with with some garlic and onions.

When the meat is browned and the onions are soft, add just enough water to cover the meat, and bring to a boil. Add fresh thyme,vegeta (my addition), some garam masala, ground cumin, some more curry, and some dried tamarind.
Stir, and lower heat to medium low.

Partially cover and forget about it for a couple of hours, only stirring occasionally as it simmers.

After a couple of hours, add chopped potatoes, and let it continue to simmer. check to make sure there's enough salt. Add more salt or vegeta. If it gets too dry looking, add some water and stir, bringing it to a boil, and then lowering the heat again.
Cook until meat is tender, and falls off the bone.
Serve with white rice and salad or roti

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