Instant Pot Goat Curry.

We love our goat meat in this family. We eat more goat than beef, chicken and fish. And it is good for you; lower in calories and sodium than beef, has vitamin B, calcium and is a great source of protein, among other benefits.

I decided to make this in my instant pot as I realised I do not use it much and I was also curious to find out how the meat would turn out.

Let’s get started.

You will need, I kg goat meat, (I used boneless as it is what I had, but bone in meat is better). Ginger garlic paste, onion, sliced tomato, and a teaspoon of mixed spice that I have already shared in my curried goat recipe here.

Marinate your meat in a tbsp of the ginger garlic paste, a small pinch of grated turmeric and the spice blend. You can let it marinate overnight or for a few hours.

Set instant pot on and on sauté mode. Add a tbsp of coconut oil once hot then add the onions.
I had some leftover green pepper, so I tossed it in too. Let the onions cook till soft then add the tomatoes. Let cook and mix well.

You can also add some salt and pepper at this point.

Add your marinated meat and mix well into the onion, tomato mixture. Let is sauté a bit.
Add a half cup of water and switch off sauté mode.
Select meat mode, cover the instant pot properly with the vent facing the right direction and it will cook for 30 minutes.

I let it release pressure naturally for about ten minutes, then did a quick pressure release.

The meat is tender, the broth is full of flavour and tasty too.

Remember to garnish with chopped coriander and a squeeze of lemon before serving.

We had ours with a simple pea pilaf, fried plantain and a tomato cucumber salad.
Colourful, filling, tasty and easy to make. What’s not to love about this plate?

Do you have an ipot? What are some of the recipes you make in it?

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