Cured mixed Goat Meat Sauce recipe

Make this West African, spiced mixed Goat Meat sauce and enjoy it with either Rice, Yam, Potatoes, Plantain or Flat Bread.

80g of cured Goat Meat
1kg of marinated and steamed Goat Meat
30ml of your preferred oil
4 large quartered Potatoes
3 large sliced Red Onions or any Onion of your choosing
1 tablespoon of the Goat Meat Marinade
2 tablespoonful of Tomato Pureé
Blend 1 large Bell Pepper and 500g of fresh Tomatoes
1 teaspoonful of Buy Ndudu All Purpose spice (Holy Grail Blend)
1 Habanero Chilli or 1 teaspoonful of Cayenne Pepper
Half a teaspoonful of Buy Ndudu Herby Blend or dried Rosemary
2 dried Bayleaves
1 tablespoonful of the Buy Ndudu Bolu Blend or 1 teaspoonful of blended dried Crayfish or Prawns
Salt to taste

Marinade for the Goat Meat
30g Ginger
3 cloves of Garlic
Quarter of a teaspoon of Anjwain seeds
1 large Onion

Watch how to make this West African spiced Goat Meat Stew below;






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Goat meat;  a healthier red Meat is lower in calories, saturated fat and cholesterol in comparison to Lamb, Pork, Chicken and Beef.

Goat meat has a higher Iron and Potassium content in comparison to similar servings of Beef, Chicken, Lamb or Pork.

Goat meat also contains Vitamins B which helps with one’s metabolism and B12 for a healthier skin.

In West Africa particularly in Ghana and Nigeria, Goat meat is a firm favourite and used for Stews, Soups, Rice dishes, Grilled, Smoked etc.

Todays recipe uses Goat Meat, Shiitake Mushrooms and Paneer cheese to create an all nations flavoured pot.

The stew can be refrigerated for not more than 7 days or frozen for not more than 3 months.



1kg of Goat Meat

3 cloves of Garlic

30g of Ginger

1 tablespoonful of Aniseed

1 large Onion

2 Scotch Bonnets


3 ladles of Passata sauce or homemade Tomato sauce

2 large Onions

1 levelled teaspoon of Chilli powder / Cayenne Pepper

1 teaspoon of smoked Paprika

30ml of Peanut or Vegetable oil

2 Bay leaves

250g of Paneer/Wagashi or Halloumi

250g of Shiitake Mushrooms or Chestnut Mushrooms

Half a teaspoon of fermented locust beans (DawaDawa)

2 large Carrots

60g of Shallots or 2 large Banana Shallots

Salt and Pepper to taste


Serve your Goat Meat stew with boiled Potatoes, Yam, Plantain, Rice, Cocoyam etc


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