Berbere Goat for Mummy.

The dish is one of my all-time favs! The flavors are deep, rich, and memorable.  The dish is quite easy to make. The most time will be spent boiling the meat and roasting veggies.

Mummy i am making this specially for you. Words alone cannot describe how much i love you. If you were not my mother, i would have sought your friendship. I love you so much.

DSC_7544 copy  DSC_7548Step 1: Roast TPO

  1. Chop up veggies, and assemble on a baking sheet
  2. Spray veggies with PAM, and sprinkle with salt
  3. Roast for about 45 mins to an hr or until you get some visible char

DSC_7517  DSC_7527Step 2: Boil the meats

  1. Cover the meat completely with water, add ginger + garlic + salt + Onions
  2. Boil for about 1 hr or until meat is fall-off-the-bone soft

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Step 3: Assemble

  1. Blend TPO
  2. Pour about 3 cups of blended mixture into boiling meat
  3. Add Berbere & Oil
  4. Cook on low heat for about 20 minutes while stirring

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Step 4: Enjoy

  1. Serve with CousCous + Raisins and Plantain

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Berbere Goat for Mummy.
 
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Ingredients
  • 2lbs of well seasoned boiled goat meat ( I season with generous amounts of ginger, garlic, onions and salt.)
  • 1 cup of goat meat broth
  • 3 cups of roast TPO(Tomatoes + Peppers + Onions) blend
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 3 tbsp Berbere seasoning
Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients into a stock pot and cook on low heat for about 20mins
  2. Finish off with your favorite fresh herb.
  3. Turn oiff heat.
  4. Cool and enjoy

Oya Come Chop! 🙂

9 thoughts on “Berbere Goat for Mummy.

  1. So I really want to try this recipe cos I have goat meat in my freezer. I love that you really didn’t use any oil. Great pictures BTW!

  2. *now googling berbere* i be learning new new tinz on this blog! Thanks a bunch! it REALLLY looks yum! There’s sooo much that can be done with goat meat! Can’t wait to taste what this is like espeacially cos the veggies are roasted then blended

  3. The recipe link doesn’t do anything! Can you give any idea of amounts for this recipe? lbs of meat? number of peppers and onions? amount of berbere?

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