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What to do with Ground Goat?

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    Posted: 23 October 2016 at 12:18
My son brought home about 2 lbs of locally raised Goat that has been ground.

I am hoping for some menu inspiration from the good folks here.

Any thoughts/ideas would be greatly appreciated
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Where did he get it? I'd love to play with ground goat.

Some kind of curry, maybe? Empanadas or meat pies?
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Good ideas, Melissa. I especially like the idea of a meat pie---perhaps with a cornmeal crust?

Ground goat can be used anywhere you'd use ground lamb or venison. So there are numerous possibilities. It is, comparatively, on the dry side, though, so the addition of fat often helps.
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   First thing I thought of...was HF's Lamb Kofte Kebab
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Something Middle-Eastern North African or Central American would be my first guess ~

Good luck and let us know what you do with it!
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Off to Jamaica in mid-Nov for my stepdaughters wedding.

So I decided to make Jamaican Goat Patties.

They look and smell great and the final verdict will be passed momentarilyWink

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