- Goat Meat750 GramsAlready cooked till tender. You can use any quantity you want
- Fresh GingerThumb sized
- Garlic3 Cloves
- Tomato Puree4 TablespoonsI used fresh tomato puree. You can substitute with tomato paste but if you are substituting, use about 1 1/2 tablespoons of tomato paste
- Curry Powder3 Leveled Tablespoons
- Red Chilli Pepper (Optional)1 PiecesFinely Chopped. You can substitute with scotch bonnet or red habanero pepper
- Onion1 Pieces
- Goat Stock1 CupsYou might need a little more so set aside another 1/4 to 1/2 cup. You can substitute with water
- Salt and Maggi Seasoning / Bouillon CubeTo taste
- Vegetable Oil1/4 Cups
This goat curry didn’t take as long as it normally should because the goat meat was already precooked. So if you have already cooked goat meat and some stock(doesn’t have to be goat stock, you can use beef stock or any stock you have but to preserve the flavour, use goat stock), you can whip up this delicious curry in less than 45 minutes. For another goat curry that was made from scratch, check out this Goat Curry Recipe
1. Blend the onions, ginger and garlic together. Do a dry blend, no water added.
2. Add vegetable oil to a pot, heat up, add the blended onion puree and fry for about 3 to 4 minutes. Don’t do this on high heat so it won’t burn.
3. Add the curry powder, salt and seasoning cube to taste. Stir and cook for about 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Add the cooked goat meat, fry for about 3 to 5 minutes or until browned.
If you don’t have enough liquid in the pot, instead of adding more oil, just add a few tablespoons of stock to supplement on liquid
5. Add the chopped pepper and the tomato puree. Stir and cook for 1 to 2 minutes.
6. Add the goat stock. Stir, taste for salt and cook on low heat for about 15 to 20 minutes or until the curry thickens.
You shouldn’t use too much stock or water otherwise the curry may come out too watery. Since the goat was already cooked and doesn’t need to cook for much longer, a cup of stock is a good place to start and if you need more later, you can always add a little more as the curry thickens.
Done. Your quick goat curry is ready. Serve with rice or anything you want. I served mine with some delicious flatbread 🙂