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Goat Birria
  • Mar 6, 2023
Goat Birria

  • Oct 17, 2017
Let’s Talk… Goatober Meatballs for Your Housewarming Party!

Getting ready for housewarming parties can be stressful!  Let me take a small load off of your shoulders by introducing our favorite recipe for a simple and delicious appetizer. Goatober (October) is my favorite month, so in celebration I’ve prepared a quick and no-fuss recipe for you. For the Goat Meat Balls 3 lbs. ground […] The post Let’s Talk… Goatober Meatballs for Your Housewarming Party! appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.

  • Oct 16, 2017
Braised Goatober Curry

5lb. goat shanks 2 tbsp. cooking oil 1 red onion, sliced 1 small kabocha squash, diced 1 – 40z jar green curry paste 1 bottle Chicken Bone Broth or Beef Bone Broth (we mixed half and half), boiled 1- 13.5 oz can coconut milk Heat the oil in a small rondeau and brown the goat […] The post Braised Goatober Curry appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.

  • Oct 28, 2016
Goat Stew with Denver Ribs

Denver ribs — also referred to as the breast or belly — consists of the spare ribs and additional meat from the brisket and flavorful belly. Whether from lamb or goat, this cut boast abundant fat and connective tissue, make it a supreme choice for braising and other low and slow cooking techniques. The Denver ribs are a favorite among chefs for their unmatched ability to be cooked for long periods of time without drying out. Give this stew recipe a try for an outstanding savory meal. The post Goat Stew with Denver Ribs appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.

  • Oct 14, 2016
Goat Chili

Warm up your fall with this delicious recipe for Goat Chili! Ground goat is incredibly versatile and can be substituted into many traditional recipes. Adapted from Smitten Kitchen and Gourmet. Inspired by Goatober!

  • Oct 7, 2016
Goat Dan Dan Noodles with Broccoli

Happy Goatober! To celebrate the versatility of goat, we whipped up a bowl of Dan Dan Noodles, a Sichuan dish more commonly served with ground pork. The result was a leaner, more flavorful dish with a bit of a kick from the Chinese five spice powder. Go ahead and add your favorite vegetables to create this tasty and easy dish.

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