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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Curry Goat w/ Roti

One of the things about visiting a lot of food blogs daily is that I get a lot of inspiration on what to cook. Sometimes they do not even have to be food blogs just regular blogs inspire me and I am grateful. On one of my numerous blogrounds(I dont remember which blog sorrrry!!!!) The blogger mentioned Curry goat and Roti and I just felt an instant hunger pang(Exaggeration much???..lol)and set out to make it the next day. Here is a simple recipe.


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Curry Goat

1lb goat meat-cut into bite sizes
1 large onion, chopped
3 Scotch bonnet peppers,
1 teaspoon allspice/adobo
salt to taste
black pepper to taste
3 tablespoons curry powder (more or less to taste)
2 garlic cloves, minced

Season meat with the seasoning salt. Heat the cooking oil in a large pot & add 1 Tablespoon of the curry powder. Cook stirring constantly until the curry powder darkens quite a bit . Put meat in pot along with onions, scallions, garlic & scotch bonnet pepper. Fry a little (about 5 minutes) over medium heat. Add thyme, remaining curry powder, black pepper & a little (1/2 teaspoon) of seasoning salt. Cover with water & simmer uncovered until meat is very tender & sauce is thick. Taste sauce & add more salt, if necessary.

Roti
Flour – 1 cup
Salt – 1/2 tsp
Oil – 4 tsp
Warm Water – 3/4 cup
All-purpose flour – for rolling and dusting

Method:

In a large mixing bowl, mix Flour and Salt well. Add Oil and mix until all lumps are gone.Add Warm Water a little at a time to form a medium soft dough ball. Do not overwork the dough. Add few drops of Oil and coat the dough ball. Cover and let it rest for 15 minutes.Heat skillet on medium heat. Knead the dough once and divide into golf ball size balls.Dip one ball into the All-purpose flour to coat and roll it out into a thin disc. Keep dipping the rotli into the dry flour to prevent it from sticking to the rolling surface. Flip to the other side once you see bubbles appear on the surface. Allow it to cook for 10-15 seconds.

This was a G.O.O.D. dinner on a snowy evening after work. Hope you enjoy!!!


p.s I added some potatoes to mine because I felt like it...
p.s.s It is my birthday in 2days!!!!
p.s.s.s HAPPY NEW MONTH!!!!!
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Have a blessed week!!!
Hugs and Kisses
Lohi

6 comments:

Anyaposh said...

Lohi, you no go kill me with food o. See goat...yum! P.S: i miss roti :( got to get back into. i stopped having because i feared i had a gluten allergy but seeing it again, brings back memories

Blessing said...

I tried to make roti the other day and it was a failed attempt!!!! :-(...Good job to u sha, it looks good!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN ADVANCE!

koinonia said...

Happy Birthday, I'm def making this meal over the weekend. Thanks

Dee O. said...

oooo this looks DELICIOUS! Another great recipe :)

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Fashion Guru said...

girl you are making my mouth water...lol

Ms.O said...

Thanks guys!

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