Jamaican Curry, Goat & Coconut Milk Recipe

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Making Jamaican curry, goat and coconut milk is easy, so long as you have access to the best possible recipe. Make Jamaican curry, goat and coconut milk with help from an experienced private chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Chef Bailey, a private chef with Kitchen.com and I'm standing in the kitchen of my favorite Caribbean restaurant, Freda's Caribbean Soul and Cuisine. Today, we'll be whipping up some curry goat. Take about two pounds of curry goat, season it with a little salt, pepper, garlic and you really want to season it well. It gets all the good flavors, oregano, bay leaves, I like to just throw a few in there. We're going to throw a few sprigs of thyme, onions, diced and of course, the all might curry. Now they have different types of curry. There's spicy curry, mild curry. I tend to like the spicier one and then you want to just get in here with your hands and kind of marinate your meat very well. You might want to use gloves because curry can stain sometimes. Now this is all going to cook in about two tablespoons of oil and there's also potatoes that you'll be adding like five minutes before it's done and to thicken your gravy, you also might want to use some cornmeal, just stir it in there in the gravy. You're going to add this to the pot. It normally takes about two to three hours to cook but you just want to check it from time to time and add water under a medium low flame and after you have put your potatoes in, this is exactly what it would look like. I have a finished one here, just make a little room. This is the curry goat right here. Typically, what I would serve this with is white rice or rice and peas.


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