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    Goat goat goat!

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    I have some grass-fed goat stew meat that I'm VERY excited about. I love goat cheese, milk, and butter, but I'm not eating dairy right now, so I can't WAIT to taste something 'goaty.' I want the meat flavor to really REALLY shine through (as opposed to being muddled with stew or covered in coconut curry-- both GREAT options but not what I'm looking for here!) so I'm looking for a VERY simple (maybe crock-pot?) recipe that will leave me with just a great goaty chunks. Not something soupy.

    Any ideas/recipes? My crock-pot experience is usually too 'fishin meat out of water,' so I don't know how little liquid I can use, or if there is a better... oh, I'll shut up and let you guys talk!

    Not as 'simple' as I want for this time, but check this recipe out: http://www.malaysianfood.net/recipes...eefrendang.htm
    *drool*
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    Crockpot is the way to go. I add no addtional liquid. Only liquid comes from vegetables.

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    Pressure cooker curry for the win.
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    Oooh, that's exciting! What does goat taste like? (never had it before, but it makes me think of either Jamaican barbecue or Swiss herders...)
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    Akin to lamb, has a bit more of a gamey flavor.
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    Just place in crockpot on a bed of chopped carrot and onion. Basically roasts it but keeps it moist. Works well for lamb. Should be the same for goat.

    Alternatively, puree a couple of onions, a couple of garlic cloves and a teaspoon of ginger with some oil to facilitate. Fry in a large saucepan with a bit more oil, stirring to prevent sticking, until the mix is cooked, fragrant and the oil separates. Add the coarsely chopped meat, stir to coat, cover and cook on very low heat for 90-120 min. Depending in the meat, you may need to add water. You are looking for a thick sauce and the meat to be soft
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    Thanks everyone-- I just put the ''stew meat'' in the crockpot with garlic, onions, salt and pepper...

    ...it was a bit of a bust. Not because the actual meat was bad (it was great) but because there was SO LITTLE OF IT. It looked like a packet of soup bones. It was a 2lb packet and I ate half, then went to the other half and pulled the meat off the bones, then weighed it out of curiosity. 75 grams. Assuming that what I ate was roughly the same (though I think it was less) that means 2 pounds yeilded 5.3-ish ounces of meat :C.

    I'm stockpotting all the bones and joints to try and get my money worth.
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