How-to-cook-goat-meat? There seems no end of great goat meat recipe ideas to try out.
I think you will enjoy them all, I know I do.
Here at LekkerBokkie goat farm goat meat is the prime red meat.
Great taste, low in fat, it has everything going for it.
You can substitute many lamb methods for good quality goat kid meat.
It is always best not to overcook the goat meat.
Sauté Goat Meat Use young kid meat or Capretto, and cook it to medium rare or just pink, so you get the tender texture and taste.
Coat in flour with black pepper in before you sauté. Use a good marinade before you cook, don’t make it too strong so that it doesn’t overpower the taste of the kid meat.
When you sauté cook fast in a wok to seal in the juices. Try using infused oils such as sesame oil or macadamia oil to get some subtle flavors
Grilled Kid Meat Fire up the BBQ. Use young kid meat or Capretto and use relatively mild marinades so you don’t mask the taste.
Use an olive oil marinade with fine herbs. You can make great satays, brochettes and kebobs with kid meat. Don’t grill it too hard under high heat.
Roast-Goat-Meat I love my Sunday roast goat in winter on our goat farm. Always seal the meat before you roast it to keep the juices in. Goat meat also roasts well when wrapped in foil or an oven bag.
Roast goat goes well with slivers of garlic and also using olive oil when roasting. Don’t cook at high temperatures, same rules as cooking lams applies. It is best to use shoulder cuts for roasting.
Braised Goat Meat Cube the kid meat and combine with vegetables such as onions and root vegetables, or add in tomatoes. Also I use red wine and quality vegetable stocks to make great casseroles and stews. Many herbs go well with goat and thyme, bay leaves, peppercorns and basil bring out the flavor.