Thursday, April 4, 2013

Goat Meat Asun

Red meat is not bad for you.  Now blue-green meat, that’s bad for you!  ~Tommy Smothers

v  Goat meat
v  Blended pepper (red bell pepper, tomatoes, onion, Jamaican pepper)
v  2 pieces of Jamaican pepper, cut into small pieces
v  One large sized onion chopped into small pieces
v  ½ cup vegetable oil
v  2 know cubes
v  Salt to taste
v  ½ cup dried pepper

o   Boil goat meat with onion, salt, 1 packet of know Maggi, curry and dried pepper. Cayenne pepper can be a substitute for dried pepper. Make sure that the meat is soft especially the skin if you’re using smoked goat meat like I did. Cut the meat into small parts.
o   I usually have blended pepper at home in my freezer so I used 1 cup of blended pepper. If your blending from scratch make sure you use as little water as possible so that the pepper can be very think in texture.  Boil in a small pot for about 10-15 mins. Do not add water because you want the pepper to be very thick.
o   Once the meat and pepper are ready, heat 1/3 cup of vegetable oil and fry the onion and Jamaican pepper until the onion is properly cooked.
o   Add salt, one cube of Maggie and dried pepper to your preference (some people like their food to be very spicy and others don’t) keep in mind that the Jamaican pepper already makes it spicy.
o   Stir the onion and pepper and add chopped meat. Let it cook for a few minutes then add cooked blended pepper. You only need a little depending on how much meat you have. You want the meat to be coated with the meat so add slowly, stir and add as needed. You are not making stew so be cautious of how much pepper you use.
o   Let it cook for about 5 minutes or until the stew is completely dried on the goat meat and it is ready

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