Saturday, November 1, 2008

goat's meat in coconut milk and asparagus

Everytime we have goat's meat, there is only 1 dish that we knew how to make of..that is..Kaldereta. since i wanted to be creative and to go out of the usual..i decided to make this's something like a curry dish but not really so much of it...

First, wash the goat's meat well. Drain. Squeeze 5 kalamansi (lemon or lime) to get rid of smell. Saute onion, garlic and ginger in canola oil (or just whatever that you have around). Stir fry the goat's meat for 10 minutes till the juices comes out and the flavors of the spices blends in the meat. Add 1 tbsp. worcestershire sauce, season with salt and black peppercorns. Add 1 cup of soda to tenderize the meat. After 30 minutes add the coconut milk..about 3 cups. Simmer for another 30 minutes then add 2 tbsp turmeric. Simmer under medium fire until the meat gets tender. Adjust seasoning. Add the asparagus a minute or two before you turn off the heat.

i loved it! it's spicy with the rich flavor of the coconut milk...just so damn good! and the asparagus?...couldn't have taste better!

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