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Slow-Cooked Coconut Goat Curry

Updated: Aug 16, 2022

This insanely delicious slow-cooked Jamaican curry is full of flavor and extremely tender! Chunky pieces of goat are slowly simmered in aromatic blend of garlic, ginger, thyme, onions, and habenero peppers which blends to make a delicious curry that's thick and creamy. Although popular in Jamaica, goat meat has become increasingly popular in the United States. Its health benefits are staggering when compared to other kinds of meat, as it has less saturated fat, calories, and cholesterol.

  • 3- 4 pounds goat meat, cut into chunks

  • 3 cups beef broth

  • ½ cup vegetable oil

  • 2 teaspoons minced garlic

  • 1 medium yellow onion, sliced

  • 4 small habenero peppers, chopped and seeded

  • 2 cups red potatoes, sliced in half (can replace with baby carrots, chopped)

  • 2 TBSN tomato paste

  • 15 oz can of diced tomatoes

  • 15 oz can coconut milk

  • Salt to taste

To make curry seasoning mix:

  • 7 TBSN curry powder

  • 2 TBSN Allspice

  • 1 teaspoon white pepper

  • 3 teaspoons ginger

  • 1 TBSN fresh thyme

  • 2 bay leaves

  • 1 TBSN coriander

  • 2 teaspoon cumin powder

  • 1 teaspoon paprika


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Large crockpot, small mixing bowl, mixing spoon, measuring spoons, measuring cups

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 4 hours Ready: 3 hours, 20 min Serves: 4-6

1. In a Ziplock bag, add goat meat, and add marinade of beef broth, vegetable oil, chopped onions, and minced garlic. Refrigerate and marinade overnight.

2. In a small bowl, combine all of the curry seasoning mix ingredients.

3. Add goat meat, marinade, and curry seasoning mix to large crock pot on high heat for four hours. Mixing every hour.

4. After one hour, add the potatoe, tomato paste and coconut milk. Mix thoroughly.

5. After second hour, add the peppers and diced tomatoes. Mix thoroughly.

6. After four hours, serve or store in refrigerator until ready to serve. Best served over a small hill of coconut jasmine rice.

1 serving:

Calories: 380

Total Fat: 10.2g

Saturated Fat: 2.0g

Cholesterol: 106mg

Sodium: 332mg

Potassium: 1279mg

Total Carbohydrates: 29.8g

Dietary Fiber: 6.2g

Protein: 42.4g

Sugars: 2g

Goat meat is a great source of protein that is easily found, as well as many devotees. Various processed goat ranging from satay, curry, tongseng, kebuli rice, lamb roll, and others would have been familiar. Although known to raise cholesterol levels and blood pressure, but goat meat also have health benefits when consumed in appropriate portions. Goat meat consumption may lower the risk of a person suspected to have inflammation in blood vessels, and stabilize the heartbeat. Because it is advisable occasionally coronary heart disease eat goat meat, but stay away from the fat. There is CLA in goat meat, which is a cancer-preventing fatty acid and avoid inflammation. There is vitamin B in goat meat, which helps burn fat in your body. In addition, it is also high in protein, and lower in saturated fat than beef. It's good for you who are on a diet. There are selenium and chlorine in goat meat which is beneficial to prevent cancer. Pregnant women are also good eating goat meat because it prevents anemia, give intake to hemoglobin, and helps blood circulation. Although many pregnant women are afraid to eat goat, but actually goat meat even prevent birth defects, as long cooked with good maturity level. For women who are menstruating, goat meat helps prevent anemia. Food from goat meat help keep from stress and depression because many contain B12. There is omega 3 fatty acid in the meat, and well consumed by children with autism. Low potassium and sodium, useful to control blood pressure, and prevent stroke and kidney disease. Calcium contained by goat meat is also good for bones.

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