This Jamaican classic is part of who I am; my childhood and what love really means to me. Goat was cheap and easily accessible when I was a girl and the best way to eat it, slow cooked in a curry sauce served with fluffy white rice.
Some recipes, I make enough of so I don’t have to share, this is that dish!
This recipe is a take on my Mother’s authentic Jamaican recipe. She would add a little bit of this and that with a few chilli peppers along the way (which I haven’t)!! What I love about it is the broth is warming, delicious and full of flavour, surrounded by soft melt in the mouth meat and chunks of gorgeous veggies. This is a winter warmer for sure.
Although small, these koftas pack a giant flavour. The sweetness of the garlic infused in the milk with the bread along with my lamb spice mash up, allow the flavour to carry throughout the mixture, keeping them moist, juicy and totally authentic. Also, you can never add enough fresh herbs, the more the merrier my peeps!
This is a wonderful recipe, light on the carbs and heavy on the sticky, aromatic, tomato flavour. I picked the idea up from a little tapas bar, I used to visit in Camden Town, after a heavy day of market shopping, back in old Blighty, and as usual just made a version of my own.
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