Kid goat curry with puy lentils

Bill Oldfield

Kid curry 1Goat? How often have you seen goat meat in the butchers? But believe it or not, goat is the most commonly eaten meat in the world. And yet we don’t eat much of it in the UK. Well maybe we should as it adds another dimension to the choices available to us. Not dissimilar to lamb or mutton, you could try phoning up your local butcher and seeing if he would order some. Or, if that doesn’t work, substitute stewing mutton or lamb. We occasionally get it for the restaurant but I wish we could get more. If you know of anybody that could supply us, let me know. However, if you can’t be bothered to cook, you can get a lovely mutton-based version of this to eat at home from Oldfields Pantry.

The recipe doesn’t specify how much curry powder to use. It depends on the type you have…

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