Goat Meat Pepper Soup

Comfort food on a cold rainy day for me is pepper soup. Sometimes I panic when I check the spice jar and I can’t find any pepper soup spice left. Depending on what proteins (meats or fish) I have, I can quickly whip up pepper soup in 30 minutes and cosy up to a bowl.

The blog got a post share on Zikoko magazine a couple of days ago, and I realised I didn’t have Goat meat and Catfish pepper soup recipes on the blog, I’m fixing that. I have Cowfoot Peppersoup, Tripe and Ripe Plantain Peppersoup

Goat meat pepper soup is on the elite spectrum of pepper soup. To make goat meat pepper soup with a robust flavour use more than just the meats, cook it with offals too.

Recipe

Ingredients

  • 3 kg goat meat and some offal cut into bite sized pieces
  • 2 tbsp Delta Pepper Soup Spice ( I love the spice combination that Delta women use to create their peppersoup blend. It is rich, it is robust, it is flavourful)
  • 1 tbsp Cayenne pepper.
  • 1 tbsp Cameroon pepper
  • ½ tsp Ginger powder
  • 1 small onion chopped (optional)
  • A few Efinrin leaves (Scent leaves) chopped
  • 2 Seasoning cubes
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 litres Water

Procedure

  • In a clean pot, add your properly washed goat meat and offals. -If your goat meat has skin on, let it have a 15 minutes head start ahead of the offals-.
  • Add pepper, chopped onion, salt, seasoning cubes, ginger powder, pepper soup spice, efrinrin and about 1 litre or less of water. (I like to add at least one piece of Uda -grains of selim- and small bit of Uyayak -aidan fruit pod- when I cook pepper soup. Not necessary especially when you use Delta Peppersoup spice but I like to do it.
  • Cook with lid on.
  • Taste for seasoning and adjust accordingly.
  • When the meats are softened, lower the heat and simmer for roughly 10 mins with the pot lid off
  • Turn heat off and serve hot or warm.

Enjoy with a cold bottle of FDVie Juice

FDVie Watermelon/Pineapple Juice

Author: Omolabake for #OunjeAladun

Food should be an experience, one to be savored, explored, experimented with, played with and expressed. I hope I can take you on different parts of my journeys with food through Ounje Aladun. I'm Omolabake Bode-Matthew, a Foodie, Gardener, Entrepreneur ( I run a healthy beverage options company Fontaine De Vie), Mum, Wife, Lawyer by certificates lol, pretend art enthusiast, lover of good music, can't sing, can't dance... And I welcome you to my blog.

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