How to Make Authentic Caribbean Curry Goat Recipe, Guide and Tips

A peoples favourite and a sure crowd pleaser. Turn heads with this authentic dish that’s been a big smash in Jamaica and all over the Caribbean for years. Great for parties too. Follow this step by step Caribbean curry goat recipe to create your own authentic dish. And, If you like what you see please subscribe and like it!

Ingredients (for 6 people):
For the Curry Goat:
2.5kg of chopped Goat meat (or Mutton works well too), 1.5 x Onions, Thyme (large bunch), 4 cloves Fresh Garlic, 2 tsp Ginger Powder, 3 tsp Season-All, 2.5 tsp Turmeric, Coarse Salt, 3 tsp Curry Powder, 2 tsp Tandoori Powder, 3x Scotch Bonnet Peppers (with seeds if you like it hot), 2x Carrot.

After adding the ingredients to the Goat, let it marinade for at least 30-40 mins.

For the Plain White Rice:
Basmati Rice (1 cup Rice : 2 Cups Water), Half an Onion, large tbs Butter, 2 tsp coarse Salt,

Warren Style! #3. In the third of Warren’s how to cook authentic Caribbean food series, head chef and owner of London’s Café Caribbean, demonstrates how to cook the perfect Caribbean curry goat.

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Warren compliments his curry goat with a traditional plain rice.

Time Stamps:
0:14 – Showing pre chopped goat (or mutton)
0:22 – Chopping and Adding Curry Goat ingredients
4:50 – Mixing and marinating ingredients into the chopped goat meat
5:23 – Adding Curry Goat to the hot pan
6:20 – preparing plain rice (apologies for the increase in volume!)
7:50 – Cooking the plain rice
8:00 – Checking and testing the Curry Goat
9:30 – Checking and Stirring the plain rice
10:50 – Dishing Up
10:58 – Re-cap of the ingredients

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