How to cook Jamaican Curried Goat

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love curried dishes. It doesn’t matter, once it is something curried, I will eat it. Lol. Those who know me also know that curried goat is one of my favorite dishes to prepare. In Jamaica, we serve curried goat with rice and peas or white rice, accompanied by vegetables, potato salad or pasta salad. Today, I will share with you how I prepare curried goat.

What you will need:

Goat meat (cut up)


Curry powder

Black pepper

Garlic powder

Cayenne pepper

Maggie all purpose and chicken seasoning

Blended herbs and vegetable:

Half of an onion

2 stalks of Scallion

2 springs of Thyme

1 sprig of Rosemary

1 sprig of Sage

2 cloves of Garlic

Allspice (I didn’t use this because my grocery store is still out but it will add more flavor to the meat)

I started by cutting and washing the goat meat with lemon juice. Then I added a marinade of herbs and spices. All this was done a day before I cooked the goat. I love to season meats a day before because it has so much more flavor that way.

I served my curried goat with Rice and Peas (Red Kidney beans) and mixed Vegetables (Romaine Lettuce, Carrots and Red Bell peppers) I used a sesame ginger (gluten free) salad dressing from Maple Grove Farms.

I love eating curried goat with rice and peas, white rice or Indian Roti. In Jamaica, we sometimes have goat on Sundays. Also whenever there is a special occasion there will always be curried goat being served there.

We also use goat to make a really delicious soup called Mannish Wata or Goat Head Soup. This is another favorite of mine. But then again, I love all kinds of soup and if you know me, then you know that soup is my all time favorite dish. Lol.

Check out the YouTube video of how I prepare Curried Goat below. Have you ever had Curried Goat? Let me know in the comments if you would make this dish. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel and give this video a thumbs up on YouTube. As always, thanks for reading. xoxo

2 thoughts on “How to cook Jamaican Curried Goat

  1. That looks amazing! Cant wait to try some of that. Just hope it comes out looking as good as yours and hopefully tasting just as good.


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