Apr 8, 2014

Goat Soup

Goat soup is one favorite menu at my BIL’s restaurant. The soup is cooked without coconut milk and always served with some slices of fresh red tomato.  I can't share the recipe here as my SIL keeps it as a family secret :)
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If you want to cook goat soup, you may try this recipe that found at 9jafoodie.com.
Goat pepper soup is simply meat in a spiced broth; the special taste comes from the spice mix. Make first the mixed spice blend that contains the same portions of: cloves, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, dried ginger, fennel seeds, and ground pepper. If these spices are hard to find in your area, at least you use cloves, cumin seeds and pepper.

Ingredient :
3 tea spoons of mixed spice
10 small pieces goat meat. Goat ribs will be better!
3 broth cubes
peeled small onion, small ginger and garlic

  • Set a medium size pan on medium heat; add in the washed goat meat, 1 cup water, 2 broth cubes, some salt, onion, ginger and garlic. Modify the heat to below medium, cover the pan and leave the meat to cook for about 1:30 mins (or until the meat becomes very tender). Take out the ginger and garlic pieces.
  • Add other 4 cups water to the pre-cooked meat, add in the soup spice, the last broth cube. Mix them all. Taste and add salt if needed. Cover up and boil for another 25-30 mins.
Your pepper goat soup is ready to eat.

You may serve it with a sprinkling of fried onions, fresh tomato slices and chopped fresh celery.

8 komentar:

Angie April 08, 2014  

Thanks for your visit, yes place with red chairs is an eating place - forget what kind. Won't be trying soup as I don't eat red meat!

Tanya Breese April 08, 2014  

i think goat meat would be difficult to find here!

Magical Mystical Teacher April 08, 2014  

I used to raise goats, but for milk, not for meat!

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Toko Batik Online April 08, 2014  

looks delicious, I want to try it :D

Gattina April 08, 2014  

I didn't even know that you could eat goat meat ! Never saw this in a butcher's shop.

Gemma Wiseman April 09, 2014  

I too didn't know that such meat existed. The presentation looks attractive in your photo but not sure I could try it.

Gillena Cox April 09, 2014  

In Trinidad goat roti is quite popular and one of my favs

Roti - a type of flat bread served with a spicy curry filling

Much love...

Hazel April 10, 2014  

Looks tasty!

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