Fresh Goat meat stew : Simply Delicious!

For your next slow cooker dinner option, find a local farmer that breeds goats and buy fresh goat meat. You will be delighted by how easy it is to cook and what a difference it is to have fresh rather than frozen meat. Also, you will be surprised to find that goat meat has very  Low Fat  content and is very lean. Goat meat is very nourishing and has been eaten the world over for centuries.

You may be wondering how I came to have goat meat in my kitchen. Well, a friend asked me to accompany her to local goat farm. In return, she gave me about 2 lb of the goat meat to take home.

Though the goat meat  had a good amount of bone,  I did not have to take if off before preparation.

Ingredients:

2lb Goat meat – bone in

1 onion

1 envelope onion soup mix

2 cups of water/ beef broth

2 cups salsa/ tomato juice

1 cup frozen peas

1 cup frozen corn

3 carrots, chopped

3 potatoes, chopped

1 tsp black pepper

1 tsp chili powder

1 tsp garlic powder

 Method:

  1. Place onion and goat meat  in slow cooker. Sprinkle with onion soup mix and add water/ beef broth. Cook on low for 6 hours.
  2. Remove the goat meat from slow cooker and place on plate. With fork shred the meat off the bone. The meat should come off the bone very easily.
  3. Return meat to crock pot and add salsa/ tomato juice , peas, corn, carrots and potatoes. Add the black pepper, chili pepper and garlic powder. Continue to cook for another 1 1/2-2 hours until potatoes are soft.
  4. Serve with rice, sandwich roll or noodles. 8-10 servings.

 

Here you will find additional Goat Meat Recipes. ( I have not tried these yet, but I will in the future, for sure.)

Learn how you too can raise your own goats for milk and meat.

Fresh meat is always better than frozen meat.  You simply can’t beat Fresh Meat and as for the Fresh Goat Meat……. Simply Scrumplicious!

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  1. Thanks to http://blabbercash.com/ for liking our post on Goat Stew. ope you get to try it sometime.


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