Curried Goat

Curried Goat

Prep Time

25 mins

Cook Time

1 Hour 25 mins

This Goat Curry is perfect for a family get together or a special occasion or even just for a Friday night dinner! It serves 6 people and is so tasty you may not get rid of them afterwards, so beware!

Serves: 6 people
800gDiced goat meat
170gSliced Onion
25gGarlic (or 3 – 4 Garlic Cloves Chopped)
30gFinely chopped fresh ginger
1xFresh Green Chilli (sliced)
30gMedium Curry Powder (add more if you prefer)
½ tspSalt (to taste)
1 tspgrd Garam Masala
1/8th tspGround turmeric
1/8th tspGround All Spice
1 tspGround Cardamom
1 tspGround Coriander
1 tspGround Cumin
8gFresh Coriander (chopped)
1 tspFresh Thyme )chopped)
28gTomato puree
30gLamb Stock (3x Lamb stock cubes)
1tspDark Muscovado Sugar
400mlCoconut milk (1 x tin)
21gCoconut Oil
400gDiced Tomatoes (1 tin)

Season meat with a little of the salt.


Add oil to a heavy casserole pan and heat


Add sliced onions, cook for approx. 4-5 mins or until lightly caramelised


Add garlic, ginger, chilli & continue to cook for 2 mins


Add meat & continue to fry for 2-3 mins, add curry powder, salt all other spices then add fresh coriander & thyme


Add tomato puree, ¾ of water, lamb stock cube, sugar, coconut milk, coconut oil & diced tomatoes stir well


Take out of oven, add chickpeas, place back in oven cook for a further 15-20 mins


Bring to the boil, place a tight-fitting lid on top & cook in pre-heated oven at 180°c gas mark 5 for approx.1hr-45mins-2hrs. Check half way through cooking and add remainder of water. Serve with rice, naan or roti breads

Add or reduce chilli and curry powder as required

Please note

You can purchase your diced goat meat from our website, all other ingredients can be purchased form any decent supermarket.