Goat Meat Pepper Soup


10 lbs of Goat meats (with bone in skin on)

8 Individual Habanero Peppers

I Head of Garlic Peeled

2 Medium Onions roughly chop

1 Tablespoon salt

1 Big Piece of Ginger (Peeled and Cut)

½ Cup cilantro herd chopped

½ Cup of Green chopped

1Tablespoon of Chicken flavor bouillon ( I used the Knorr brand in this recipes)

1 Tablespoon Mrs Dash Season ( As Desire seasoning of you choice (Optional)

1 Gallon of Water ( More Water as needed)


This soup is mostly about boiling the meat until it is tender with all the flavoring of the seasoning and peppers come together in a nice broth. Pepper soup can be cook with different kinds of meats and fish. For this soup I choose to use just goat meat.

First wash the goat meat place in the pot that you will be cooking the entire in. Now in a blender, blend the onions, the ginger, the garlic, habanero pepper, the green onions, and the cilantro herb. Pour the blended mixture over the meat and mix with the salt and seasoning. Place pot with meat on high heat on the stove. As the meat starts to boil add more water to cover meat and cook. You will notice as you are cooking the meat, there are foam on top the liquid as you are boiling the meat. Remove the foam, I take it that is just some some of the fat from the meat.

Cook goat meat until it is tender. Add more water as needed check tenderness of meat. Continue adding more water in segment at a time as needed and you might cook goat meat up to t two to three hours for the right tenderness; make sure you leave enough liquid broth in the soup as the base and the foundation of the soup as lease covering the goal meat. Serve soup with a starch base side like rice, Fufu or just by it self. Enjoy! 

This soup can serve about eight people.


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