The goat roast is quite versatile since it can be cooked whole as a main dish or cut into kababs or stew meat.
A goat roast can be cut by the butcher with the bone in or as a boneless cut. When the roast includes the bone, it adds extra flavor and depth to the goat meat when it is cooked.
The cut of meat known as the goat shoulder roast is located on the subprimal cut of the goat known as the square-cut shoulder. Goat roasts can also be cut from the subprimal cut known as the leg.
A goat roast can be slow roasted in the oven, stove top, slow cooker, or a pressure cooker.
Learn how to cook a goat roast with these cooking techniques:
Find a variety of goat roast recipes here:
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 a goat roast from Cylon Rolling Acres for on farm pick up or meat delivery service to your door.