While I have been experimenting and perfecting my vegetable goat currys, the only one that has been enjoying them was me. That is, until very recently and now I have slowly gaining converts. About a month ago, my parents decided to go on a diet and my dad needed some new slim-down recipes. I gave him my Cauliflower slow cooked goat meat curry and he's been cooking up big batches of the stuff ever since. My good friend needed a flavorful dish for a professional potluck that would be okay for a variety of diet restrictions. I gave him my Cauliflower goat curry and he said it was a smash success.
I slow cooked goat curry finished the tasting with two cheeses. The first cheese was a Ricotta, an Italian-style cottage cheese. The Muscadet was refreshingly acidic but had little taste. The next cheese was a Provolone. The wine was somewhat sour and not flavorful.
NOTE: Remember not to rumble boil. For those that don't know what rumble boiling is; rumble boiling is when you have the heat on high and the water is bouncing up and down wildly. Instead you're going to be cooking this meal on low to low medium heat. This will allow the curry mix to slow cooker goat curry cook into your chicken and veggies. A good way to test if your meal is ready is to take a fork and poke the potato. If the fork effortlessly goes in the potato and out the other end of the potato than your meal is ready. If you poke the fork in the potato and it gets stuck inside the potato than let it cook for a little longer.
Flashback to the 1980s. Turkeys can be cooked in a microwave. The USDA warns that microwave ovens can cook turkeys unevenly mutton curry andhra style recommends using an oven bag to help distribute the heat.