Monday, 1 February 2010

Goat Curry

The next best thing to travel is eating food from around the world. Whether it is Indian, Chinese, Thai or something more exotic. Food is essential to our everyday life but also nothing can transport your senses to another place quite like food.

But why stick with the everyday? The chances are you only get to eat the things that you usually cook or the dishes that the restaurants near you serve. You are missing out on literally a whole world of flavours.

With Indian and Chinese food the chances are that you can either eat out or get great food sent to you pretty easily. With Carribean cuisinne this simply isn't the case outside of a few small areas. This is a real shame, because tht right there is some good good eating - and you need that in your life!

Jamaican and West-Indian cookery embraces a wide range of dishes, but the most quintisential has to be goat curry. This hot and spicy dish will blow your mind if you have never tried it before. Served with rice, it has a complexion completely different to the Asian curries you are probably familiar with.

As well as the cooking style many people will not be accustomed to eating goat meat. Though goat is not a usual choice for most it is in fact much healthier than other meats, having much lower levels of fat. With a taste similar to a lighter, leaner version of lamb - so what's not to like?

So if you, like me, want to enjoy the gastronomic treat that is curry goat, after finding the meat, the next step is finding a good recipe. The Internet is full of recipes, so the question is which to use. Luckily for you I have spent the past month trawling through the web looking for and trying out as many curry goat recipes as possible.

At the end of my research am happy to bring you, without a shadow of a doubt, the best curry goat recipe on the Web. I also have enough goat curry freezerto last me a very long time. Well, its a good thing that I love the stuff. I am sure that if you try it out you will love it too.

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