Tuesday, 23 December 2014

# African food # Christmas

My Holiday menu, Day 2: Jerk Goat on a stick!


Do you love goat meat like me? Yum yum yummmm!!! I like goat meat anyhow its made, but most especially in pepper soup. Today though, its Kebab style. The secret to this dish is all in the marinate. Biko, marinate oooooo, if you never tried please start now.

Ingredients: Will serve 4 people.

  1. 1kg goat meat.
  2. 2 seasoning cubes.
  3. 1 medium onion_chopped
  4. 2 tsps of dried chilli pepper_ground
  5. 1 tsp of curry powder.
  6. 1 tsp of dried thyme.
  7. 1 tsp dried rosemary( very important if you are cooking goat)
  8. 1 tsp salt
  9. 1 tsp Jamaican Jerk seasoning(this is d koko)
  10. 1 garlic clove_crushed.
  11. 1 tbsp olive oil
  12. 1 tbsp Suya spice
  13. Ketchup
  14. Roughly chopped veggies.






How to cook: 
  1. Marinate the goat meat with all the spices, leave in the fridge for at least 30 minutes. You may wish to poke the meat with the tip of your kitchen knife.
  2. Cook for about 1hr till the meat is soft. If you don't need the skin, you can cut it off. I cooked mine with the bones and skin for added flavor.
  3. Slice the cooked meat and lace with a tbsp of olive oil and suya spice. Rub the meat very well, rub it well well, let the spices penetrate. Lol!
  4. Place in a very hot oven and let it grill for about 30 mins, till it gets a bit charred at the edges. 
  5. Remove and cut into little bits, then stack them on sticks as you like. If you don't have kebab sticks, use toothpicks and stack just a piece of meat and a piece of veggie, it will still look pretty. 
  6. Drizzle some ketchup on the whole thing when you're done, cover with a cling film and refrigerate. When you are ready to serve, place in the microwave for 30 seconds. Enjoy!!!
Well marinated meat.

Cooked and sliced.

Laced with Suya spice.

Laced with olive oil.

Grilled.




You like? Yummmmm!!!


If you can make this, you can do anything! Hahahaha! Have fun and God bless.
Cheliz.

5 comments:

  1. Hmmmmm I'm saving this one till after xmas! Will be doing this for the new year Yay.... :)

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  2. Haha, Cheliz nwa! U cannot kee person with food this festive season biko.
    I like goat neat so am definitely gonna make this kabeb. Would have gone straight to d kitchen to make it now but I have to go get suya spice and dat Jamaican jerk seasoning. So na to postpone till tomorrow be dat.
    Meanwhile, Cheliz, start preparing challenge wey we go take return back to base by January. U know wetin I mean na. No need to lie, one or two kg must enter this period o.
    NNENNA.

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    1. Nne, dont worry, you won't die. Eat and be happy biko. You will love this one, no doubt. The next challenge will be HOT by the grace of God. I'm already packaging the whole thing....hehehe

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