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November 08, 2021 3 min read

This recipe is more of a guide to cooking goat stew meat with a pressure cooker like the Instant Pot. You'll find that after you follow the directions, you may make adjustments on when you add ingredients and other seasonings (before the pressure cook or after), as well as how much cooking liquid to remove.  

By using the pressure cooker, this is a no fail way to easily cook your goat meat so it's tender and flavorful without spending hours in the kitchen. It allows you to use your favorite goat recipe or keep it simple with a seasoning kit or a jar of sauce from the grocery store. 

Ingredients 
1 lb. – Stew goat meat or roast or shanks chopped into cubes –
1 tbs. – Butter or your favorite fat/oil for sautéing 
1-2 cups – Bone broth – goat or beef, bullion/water mix or water
 
Your choice of sauce, curry or scratch sauce recipe 
Your choice of veggies
Your choice of side rice, noodles, flat bread, tortillas 
 
Directions

  1. Thaw goat meat if frozen. Lightly salt and other seasonings to the meat, if desired.
  2. In the pressure cooker’s inner pot with the lid off, sauté the meat on medium heat in butter or your favorite fat or oil to brown the meat. It does not need to be fully cooked.
  3. Add any chopped vegetables for the purpose of adding flavor to the meat during the cooking process. I added chopped onion. You can sauté them with the meat, or just add with the next step. This is optional. If you’d like vegetables in your dish as a side, wait to add them after the pressure cooking is complete. 
  4. Add any sauces or seasonings, pre-made or scratch recipe. If the sauce includes any cream/milk (dairy or coconut) or yogurt, wait to add them until after the pressure cooking. After following this recipe, you may find it more ideal to add your seasonings or sauce afterwards or before. 
  5. Add 1-2 cups of bone broth (bullion/water or water) to the mix. If you’re not adding a sauce until after the cooking is complete, add 2 cups of broth to make sure the meat is completely submerged. Mix ingredients in the inner pot until everything is combined.
  6. Put the lid on and properly secure it. Set it for 45 minutes, high pressure, with a natural release (let it slowly release the pressure on its own).
  7. Once the natural release is complete
    1. Your dish is ready if it’s already seasoned and no vegetables need to be added. You may wish remove half of the liquid, but it is not necessary. 
    2. If your recipe calls for cream/milk/yogurt, remove at least half of the liquid (about 1 cup), then mix in the cream/milk/yogurt and any other ingredients and vegetables. Set to the simmer setting at medium with the cover off. Cook for about 15 minutes. Stir frequently to make sure it doesn’t stick. Turn down temperature if needed. 
    3. If you want to just add vegetables, remove about half of the liquid (about 1 cup), then mix in the vegetables. Set to the simmer setting at medium with the cover off. Cook for about 10-15 minutes. Stir frequently to make sure it doesn’t stick. Turn down temperature if needed.
  8. You’re ready to serve your dish with your other sides of choice, such as rice, noodles, flat bread or tortillas, depending on your type of recipe. 

Other tips:
  • If you want an easy, no fuss option, you can opt for a sauce in jar. When I made this recipe last, I used a Tikka Masala Curry that I bought off the shelf at the grocery store. 
  • This works well with curries or for Mexican or other Latin American dishes as goat barbacoa for tacos or birria. There are a lot of options.


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