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Goat

Postby madmax52 » Mon May 23, 2011 9:26 pm

So my buddies and I are spending the year in Afghanistan, so I've been trying my hand at some local cuisine. I had one of the locals that work on our FOB go and get me some goat. Im not sure what part it was, lol i think it was part of the leg though.

I started with about 4 pounds of meat. I seasoned it pretty liberally (wasnt sure what i was gonna end up with) with: salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder. I took some whole garlic cloves and quartered them and sliced openings in the meat and placed quarters inside. Then I cut up some onions, locally grown green chillies and some pears. I placed it all in aluminum foil and wrapped it up tight. I cooked it for about 30 minutes then flipped it over and cooked it for another 20 or so.

All in all it came out pretty good. Im going to give it another try in a few weeks and see what else i can get done. Goat is a fantastic tasting meat.
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Postby BluDawg » Mon May 23, 2011 10:15 pm

Sounds good MAX I wasn't aware you where deploying so soon watch your 6 and thank you for all you do.

Check out these recipes http://www.jackmauldin.com/goat_recipes.htm Should keep ya'll well fed.
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Postby TXLNGHRN » Tue May 24, 2011 8:44 am

You can also marinate it over night in lime, lemon and Italian dressing. Season it up and roast it on indirect heat
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Postby ChileFarmer » Tue May 24, 2011 5:37 pm

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Re: Goat

Postby Snarlingiron » Tue Mar 06, 2012 12:46 am

Check on Cabrito recipes. This is some really remarkable stuff! I have had cabrito in Mexico, San Antonio, Texas, Dallas, Texas and Mason, Texas. Really good stuff!!!
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Re: Goat

Postby RWBTEX » Tue Mar 06, 2012 11:25 pm

You are right on with the seasonings for a natural tasting cabrito. imo you need to cook longer though, its a low and slow kind of meat normally. I like to grill it a little first over a low coal fire before wrapping, yum yum.

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