Goat Meat Recipes

Here are some “founder favorites” from the families behind Goats On The Go®. These are not our creations, so you will be directed to third party websites when you click. Happy cooking!

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AllRecipes.com

Irish Goat Stew

This recipe calls for lamb, but in our opinion it’s better with goat! It is a rich, savory stew that is even better the day after you prepare it — perfect comfort food!

Comment from the Steele’s: This recipe calls for six (!) pounds of boneless meat. This is kooky talk. We used two pounds of cubed goat meat and it was plenty, bordering on too much. Next time we'll use one shank (simmer with the rest in step 3, then remove the meat from the bone) and one pound of cubed.

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MyHeartBeets.com

Broiled Goat CHops

The photo above uses loin chops, four of which come in our butcher’s box, but this would be a great use for the eight “lollipops” also included. Oh, the lollipop chops. Sooooo wonderful. Sooooo perfect. Sooooo beautiful. These frenched rib chops are dainty and elegant, but something inside you wants to grab them by their little handles and eat them by the fistful like a cave man. Resist that urge (or don't). And resist the urge to cook them up for yourself right away (if you can), or you'll miss the best opportunity you've had in a long time to show off for your friends! Put down the chops, pick up the phone, and invite your friends to a dinner party. It won't be this easy to impress until your next box of Meat Made Good arrives!

MyHeartBeets.com

MyHeartBeets.com

Slow Cooker Goat Curry

This dish is one of the most popular on the My Heart Beets blog, and also come in an instant pot version.

Because it’s cooked slow with moisture, using the cubed meat from our butcher’s box would be a good call here. The leg or shank would also be a good choice. Slow cooking these bone-in cuts will add extra flavor, and once the tender meat begins to fall off the bone they should be easy to remove.