Three Ideas for Cooking Goat Meat at Home

When deciding what meat to cook at home, your initial thoughts may not jump straight to goat but, according to CBC News, goat is the most widely consumed meat in the world.

Often referred to as mutton or chevon (which sounds slightly more appealing than goat meat), goat is appearing more and more on supermarket shelves and is making its way into Australian home kitchens. If you have spotted it on the shelf but are unsure of what to do with it, why not turn to some of these recipes for inspiration?

Tandoori goat curry

This is a simple curry that can be thrown in the slow cooker ready for when you get home from work. Containing tandoori spices, Greek yoghurt, ginger, tomato and coconut milk, the flavours are rich and the aroma is beautiful.

Goat and sweet potato curry with peanuts and kale

Chillies, sweet potato, peanut butter and kale are the perfect accompaniments to slow-simmered goat. Finished with a squeeze of lime, coriander and a side of rice, this curry is flavoursome and nutritious.

Chevon bourguignon

A bourguignon is a classy twist on a slow cooked meal, having been simmered with wine, thyme, onions and balsamic vinegar for an intensely rich stew that's divine over mashed potato.

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Mireille Kilgour

Mireille Kilgour

Mireille Kilgour has been an entrepreneur for 35 years in the hospitality sector. French born, she has been an accomplished business owner and operator for a number of Sydney venues. Leading the industry with high profile institutions such as Lamrock Café Bondi, she has endless passion for the industry, and now has the pleasure of supporting restaurants to fill their tables with the new Good Food Gift Card program.