Nigerian goat meat steak is succulent, tasty and juicy!

NIGERIAN GOAT MEAT STEAK

NIGERIAN GOAT MEAT STEAK ESPECIALLY WITH THE SKIN ON ARE COMPARATIVELY VERY TASTY AND SUCCULENT!

Nigerian goats especially those reared in the villages and fed with natural vegetables, leaves and grasses. They are always with beautiful skins and well fed. The goats in Igbo land are allowed to roam about freely eating palm leaves, or palm fronds; from some plants,as well as some herbs and tender leaves. They are organically reared unlike some mountain goats bought and sold in the Northern part of Nigeria.

Frankly speaking, you ca not compare the goats from the Northern Nigeria with the local goats. The local goats are relatively cheaper.

The goats from the Northern Nigeria have names like 'Dankasa'and cost about 20,000 Naira which is about (£85) while the ones from mainly Igbo land, are nicknamed 'Uwaonye' and cost about 12,000 Naira (£45). The meat from Dankasa has less fat compared with the local goats.

I love the local goat's meat especially those cooked or roasted with their skins on! I can't express how juicy, tasty, succulent and mouth-watering these local goat meat can be when they are cooked, roasted or grilled. It is heaven on earth and I'm always on cloud Nine when eating the steak!

Never mind using fork and knife, I normally use my hands in eating the steak and they can be finger-licking too.

You dare not mention eating goat meat with their skins on in UK because it is tabooed! Even the, you can't compare Nigerian goat meat with the ones in UK and Europe. They are not organic. Some years ago we use to buy goat meat with their skins on but not anymore!

RECIPE/ INGREDIENTS : COOKING NIGERIAN SUCCULENT GOAT MEAT STEAK WITH SKINS ON.

1...4lbs of goat meat steak with skins on

2...2lbs of potatoes(to be peeled, and roasted)

3...3 large onions to be chopped or sliced Fried or roasted with steak.

4...8-10 sticks of carrots (peel and cut into cubes or any shapes)

5...1 bunch of spring onions (chopped and fried)

6...1lb runner beans

7...2 beef oxo cubes or magi, thyme,and mixed herbs.

8...Salt and chili pepper, including 2 large (sweet pepper)

PREPARATION, COOKING, ROASTING OR GRILLING AND FRYING.

The first thing to do is to have all the ingredients ready. The next, is to decide whether to boil the steak before roasting or grilling.The ingredients have already revealed the food and vegetables you are going to eat the steak with. From the ingredients, it is well known that the lunch or dinner will be for at least for four people and definitely not for one person.

After washing the meat, cut them into large pieces, and put them in the roasting tray, and add chopped onions, 2 table spoonful of vegetable oil,mixed herbs,and salt. Then add chopped sweet pepper and spread and mix or delicately spread all these over the steak.

Before you start to roast make sure you per-heated the oven for at least 15-20 minutes. Depending on the type of oven you are using for the roasting. Normally, set the oven at 3 to allow it to cook and 6 for final that is if you are using cookers manufactured by companies like 'Cannon' Other cookers may be set at 100 for cooking and goes up to 200 for final and browning.

You can roast the potatoes in the same oven with almost the same setting but you have to turn the meat at least two times before the are thoroughly roasted.

While the steak and potatoes are being roasted, you can start boiling the carrots and runner beans or any other vegetables like mushrooms.Add salt and pepper and seasonings.

Once the roastings have been completed be prepared to enjoy the best of Nigerian succulent, tasty, juicy and mouth-watering goat meat steak with skins on. Only you know how many servings and the number of people to participate in the eating. Happy yummy!

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