List of goat dishes

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Curry goat and rice
Goat meat pepper soup served with bread

This is a list of notable goat dishes, which use goat meat as a primary ingredient. Goat meat is the meat of the domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus). It is often called chevon or mutton when the meat comes from adults, and cabrito, capretto, or kid when from young animals. Worldwide, goat meat is less widely consumed than pork, beef, and poultry.[1]

Goat dishes[edit]

Curry dishes[edit]

  • Aloo gosht – Curry dish made with meat and potatoes
  • Bengali mutton bhuna – Spicy Asian or Asian-influenced dishes
  • Bhuna – Spicy Asian or Asian-influenced dishes gosht
  • Goat curry – Spicy stew[2]
  • Massaman curry – Mild Thai curry

Rice dishes[edit]

Kabsa can be made with goat meat and wild vegetables such as asparagus. This may be related to the origin of paella.

A kabsa dish made with kid meat, wild asparagus and bomba rice
  • Biryani – Rice-based dish from Indian subcontinent
  • Nasi goreng kambing, fried rice served with goat meat in Indonesia and Malaysia

Soups and stews[edit]


See also[edit]


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