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    and ........ if you are cooking a pot of stew, always make it a big one because it always tastes even better on the second day!
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    I usually do curry. Same as Hotbarrels I bone it out then put it in the fridge for a week then cube it and cook it. And yeah try to shoot a tender one. The curry I do involves marinating a couple of hours with lime juice. Then slow cook about 2 hours. You can also slow roast eh.

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    Yeah i just roast it in crockpot nice and tender and yummy .
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    I am going to grab a Tegine so I can leave a goat stew all day. Should be melt in the mouth tender after 6-8 hours
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    I am going to grab a Tegine so I can leave a goat stew all day. Should be melt in the mouth tender after 6-8 hours
    We have a smaller slow cooker we never use anymore you are welcome to have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    We have a smaller slow cooker we never use anymore you are welcome to have.
    Thanks for the offer Cam. I guess it is electric, yes? If so, it wont really work too well for me .
    If it is something that can be used on the stove top, then that's a different matter
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    Yep electric.

    You gone no power now?

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    No mate, but batteries will drain if I use something like that all day
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadidick View Post
    What's yr best goat recipe?
    Cut it up small and a quick marinade in Soy and Worcestershire sauce and into the frying pan till it's not bleeding anymore. That's about it really. Tastes great!

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    Saw this today, I'll be giving it a hoon soon (with goat instead of lamb obviously)

    Recipe: Slow-cooked lamb with tahini yoghurt | Stuff.co.nz

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    I don't usually eat goat but been pinging a few with the bow so figured id make the effort ...from now on il be bring goat home !
    http://cooklikeajamaican.com/new-rec...ry-goat-video/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boaraxa View Post
    I don't usually eat goat but been pinging a few with the bow so figured id make the effort ...from now on il be bring goat home !
    http://cooklikeajamaican.com/new-rec...ry-goat-video/
    Oooh, that recipe uses Scotch Bonnet chillies. I have plenty of those of anyone wants one (seriously - one is all you'll need).

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    Yum goat yummy i put mine in crockpotwith abit o Tuscan or garilcpepper.

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    Our fav at the moment Pulled Goat tacos (like pulled pork)

    1 hind leg of a Nanny or young Billy no older than 2 years (15-20cm horns max)
    AGE THE MEAT FOR AT LEAST 7 DAYS or it will be tough!

    Make up mexican spice rub (cumin, paprika, smoked paprika, margorum, 1x chipotle in abodo sauce, salt, pepper plus a few other bits - google), marinate overnight.

    in the morning chuck in a crock pot or something, oil/coconut oil, water, garlic, finely sliced onion, a few jelapenos.
    really slow cook at about 150 for half a day if in the oven or all day for an electric slow cooker, must be kept moist and sealed.

    Once its falling off the bone, shred it.

    The trick is to take all the meat and juices, then fry it in a hot pan. squash it flat so the bottom browns off then flip and do the same. this takes the flavour to a whole other level.

    Chipotle mayo
    , easy as and super tasty Best foods Mayo and Chipotle sauce to your taste

    Salad
    finely sliced red cabage
    finely sliced red onion
    chopped corriander
    juice of 1/2 - 1 lemon or lime depending on size
    splash of olive oil.

    get some soft shell tacos or make you own - piss easy and 100 times better than bought.
    All you need is Masa flour and a press
    How To Select A Tortilla Press : Article - GourmetSleuth

    then build away...... you'll never shoot and leave a goat out there again (and you wont be targeting smelly old billys Wink
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Are they at the supermarket?
    Hey @ Tommy, went to the supermarket for the first time this year. Felt like curry so got one of those packets I mentioned a few months back. There are a few different types now in noticed, took me bloody half an hour to find them!
    They where in the international section, who would of thought!
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    Beef corma, rice and garlic naans
    Ingredients to feed 6, just under $20 plus some gravey beef out of the freezer, and rice from cupboard.
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