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Goat Meat Recipes

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Best Goat Recipes in Our Series

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Frequently Asked Questions about Goat Meat Recipes

What is the best way to cook goat meat?

Goat meat needs to be thoroughly cooked and cannot be served rare like beef. For best results, goat can be cooked slowly at a low temperature such as in a slow cooker. It can also be roasted which brings out its wonderful flavours.

How do you make goat meat tender?

As mentioned above, tougher cuts of goat meat can be stewed and cooked solely to ensure that any tough meat is softened, and the flavours are released. You can also use a tenderiser to flatten and soften the meat. Marinading is also another well-used method. For more details on how to make the perfect goat meat dish, follow our goat meat recipes for more.

What are the advantages of goat farming?

Goats are a multi-purpose animal, producing meat, milk, hide, fibre and manure, allowing you to farm useful and profitable livestock. Being cheaper and easier to maintain and tend to than other animals as well having no religious connections and therefore can be marketed towards a larger group of customers, therefore goats are fast becoming more popular within the industry.

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