One of the most popular cuts, goat chops can be compared to porterhouse steaks since it includes a part of the loin eye and tenderloin. Lean and tender, goat chops are great on the grill or pan fried.
Goat chops are sometimes called t-bone chops since there is a t-shaped bone that runs through the meat. They also can be called loin chops. If two goat chops are cut together, they are known as saddle chops.
The cut of meat known as the goat chops is located on the subprimal cut of the goat known as the loin or saddle.
Goat chops can be cooked a variety of ways, including grilled, broiled, baked, or pan fried.
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Goat is a very nutrient dense red meat. One serving size of 100 grams or 3 ounces contains just 2 g of fat, 143 calories and 17 g of protein. Learn more about the nutritional benefits of goat meat here.
Purchase goat chops from Cylon Rolling Acres for on farm pick up or meat delivery service to your door.