|Large bell pepper||2|
|Cajun seasoning||1 tbsp|
|Mrs. Dash seasoning (Original blend)||1 tbsp|
|Knorr chicken bouillon seasoning||4 cubes (16g) or 1tbsp|
|Sea salt||3 tsp|
|Minced garlic||1 tsp|
|Curry powder||1 tsp|
|Sunflower oil||1/2 cup|
|Coconut oil||1 tbsp|
I live in a small town in Indiana USA. When, I tell people where I live, they often ask, what are you looking for there? I calmly respond with a smile, “I live and work there and I actually don’t really mind it.”
One of the advantages of living where I do is the amazing Saraga International Grocery Store. Practically all the ingredients I use in all my recipes are available here, including goat meat. The other perk, is that there are farms around! 🙂 People usually ask me, right after I tell them I live and work there, “what else do they have in Indiana other than farms?” I don’t know why that is a problem, lol. Prince’s meats allows me to come in, pick the live goat I want and process it for me on the spot! Shout out to my bro, Tunji, for introducing me to this place!
So, how exactly do I stew my meat once I get home? Read on!
Prep Steps! 🙁
- Wash the goat meat thoroughly in water.
- Chop one of the onions into thin slices.
- Cut one of the bell peppers into thin slices.
- Blend the tomatoes, 1 onion and 1 bell pepper for the tomato sauce.
Note: If you get goat meat fresh from the farm or the butcher, do not rinse before storing away in your freezer if you’re not going to use it the same day. This helps to retain the freshness and flavor till you’re ready to use it.
Tender juicy goat meat!
- In a pot (or preferably pressure cooker), add the goat meat, 1/2 the chopped onions, 1/2 tbsp Cajun seasoning, 1/2 tbsp Mrs. Dash original seasoning and 2 tsp salt. Cook for 45 minutes in a pressure cooker, or longer, until very tender.
- In a large pan, add the coconut oil and sunflower oil. Add the remaining chopped onions.
- Once the onions start to sizzle, pour in the tomato sauce. Stir continuously for about 30 – 40 minutes. The sauce should gradually turn a darker red, and start to clump together.
- Add in the sliced bell peppers
- Your goat meat should be about ready now. Add the goat meat into the tomato sauce and combine thoroughly. You may add about 1/2 cup of the goat meat stock water if you wish. Cover and allow to cook for about 5 minutes on low heat.
Time to eat! 🙂
You can substitute the goat meat in this recipe for any kind of meat you prefer, or a combination of several types of meat. Enjoy! Leave a comment below if you try this!
See the video below!