May 18, 2011

Caramelized Goat


I guess I need to start by saying this sauce should be served on rice or pasta, It's not meant to be eaten alone.

Ingredient
10 pieces goat meat (washed)
2 large onions
4 cubes maggi
1/2 cup oil  ( peanut or palm oil)
salt to taste
1/2 tspn ( black pepper, curry, cumin, garlic, ginger)
1 Tspn dried chilli pepper
2 large tomatoes
2 large bell pepper(tatashe)
2 habanera pepper
salt to taste


Direction HERE


    30 comments:

    Prism of an immigrant said...

    Looks tasty. I'm coming to visit you , so that I can enjoy some of your food.

    9jaFOODie said...

    Yeiiii.. I love visitors! please come. thanks much. I am not sure about the way it looks 0_O... It tastes awesome thou.

    NikkiSho said...

    it would def taste good with rice...and wow overnight cooking of the goat,didn't know that...

    kitkat said...

    omg this looks super tasty and spicy! i waaaaaant!!.please visit me!!! :P

    Blessing said...

    I am coming to visit u 2 o!!!

    Nike Royals said...

    looks good, this kinda of stew, will make Rice say thank you....lol

    9jaFOODie said...

    @Nikisho.... I agree.... yope... slow/long cooking takes the meat to a new place :d

    @Kitkat; Hahahah... I should eiii... oya now.. let us plan the trip :)

    @Blessing : :d Please comeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    @Nike; LMAO>..HAHAHAHAH...it sure will. thanks love :)

    A-9ja-Great said...

    Chei,9jaFOODie,you no dey fall hand at all.I love love goat mean and the way that one was prepared.Well,can i please have a bottle of Red wine with that,please?

    joicee said...

    Caramelised goat....dayum!!!
    Sounds and looks amazing..thanks for recipe.

    9jaFOODie said...

    @9ja-great; lol... thanks love. one bottle of Pinot Noir coming up :)

    @Joice... awww.. thanks much!

    Naijamum in L. said...

    This looks fab - as always.
    I would love it with dodo.
    Thanks for the recipe

    9jaFOODie said...

    with Cold fanta on the side... oooo NAIJAMUM.... You sabi good life :)
    Thanks much :)

    Titi's Passion said...

    Men I want some of this with rice like right now:( I can smell it from here, lol if that's possible but I can in my head.

    kadirecipes said...

    Looks so yum. OVER 8h cooking. This is definitely not for the hurry people.
    Thanks for sharing.

    West African Recipes

    koinonia said...

    ....so I came to your blog with the intention of scouting through your archives for a recipe to spoil myself with this weekend and I saw this........ :D

    Can't wait to try this out *insert dance*

    9jaFOODie said...

    @Titi; lol... hahahha.... I am sending some your way.

    @Kadirecipes; yes... 8 hrs. lol. thank you

    @Koinonia; awwww... my super M.A.C foodie... yeiiiiiii Let me know how it turns out :)

    therealworld said...

    Hmmm...this looks yummy, will sure taste yummy too. Wish I could have it without having to cook it...lol!

    Was delighted to see you @ mine, thanks darl, now following you...
    http://therealworld-therealworld.blogspot.com/

    9jaFOODie said...

    lol... I guess you need a cook.
    Yeiii... THANKS for the follow.

    The Corner Shop said...

    Yum yum! I want...with rice :D

    Another good one babes :)

    Adiya

    9jaFOODie said...

    Thanks Adiya!

    Surprise said...

    I would not have mind devouring this caramelized goat alone as the thing 'full ground' so, but on your professional adv. I will take it with rice.

    9jaFOODie said...

    lol.... good call @ Surprise.

    koinonia said...

    lol! Yummy doesn't even begin to describe the taste:D

    Mine had a darker colour though....I'm sure it had something to do with me caramelising the onions on low heat as opposed to getting it burnt on medium heat giving it an ewa agoyin colour.

    Lastly, If the goatmeat is boiled in a pressure cooker it becomes tender much faster. A 4.5 hour low heat pressure cooker boil did the trick for me.

    It's official, I'm a super Mac foodie *dancing*.

    9jaFOODie said...

    Yes u are..... you are such a super MAC Foodie!!!
    Pressure cooker is amazing eiii.... Yours had a darker color?? too much heat or too thinly sliced onions?

    I am happy you loved the taste.

    Chic Therapy said...

    Chineke!!!not fair to behold such when i cant taste!!:-(...I am not happy o

    9jaFOODie said...

    lol...sorry Chick.

    Gbemisoke said...

    Please excuse me, I need a minute to go get a drink...


    Ehn ehn, I'm back... so where was I? *sips drink* Yeah, my mouth was watering at the sight of this delicacy. I'll try it (pressure cooker style)
    Thanks for sharing :o)

    9jaFOODie said...

    Miss you much Gbemi.. welcoem backkkkk!!!!

    Anonymous said...

    How do u cook meat without adding water for 8-10hrs(just thinking)
    Looks delicious.
    Weldone

    9jaFOODie said...

    Thank Anon.... because you are cooking the meat on really low heat, it takes a really long time to reach boiling point (About three hrs), the meat will produce enough water to cover the content of the pot which will last another 5 hours on LOW heat.