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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Smoked Chivo on Indian Fry Bread




Last time I smoked some chivo (young goat) I made Tacos . It was soooo tasty I went with the same recipe but added a nice kick of Tatonka Dust to the mix.

Combined about one tablespoon each of garlic, black pepper, rosemary, thyme and paprika..

 

Gathered my wet ingredients, 1/2 cup of A1, 1/4 cup worcestershire sauce, 1/4 cup of Bufalo Chipotle sauce, 1 cup of water....also added a good dash of Tatonka Dust. About one teaspoon.
 
 
 
 
 
Trimmed the fat from the goat leg...
 
 
 
 
Coated the meat with the dry rub ingredients, placed in a large baggie and poured the marinade in too
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
I let this marinade overnight in the fridge...
 
the next day I placed the goat meat, marinade too into the BPS drum at 275F degrees...
 
 
 
 
While the goat meat slow smoked I made my Indian Fry Bread...
 
2 cups of flour, 1 TBS baking powder, 1 tsp salt combined
then add 1 TBS lard or shortening, mix well
add 1/2 cup of warm water, knead and let it rest 30 minutes
 
 
 
 
 
Roll these out and use your hands to form an edge around the bread.
 
 
 
Fry til golden and puffy.. I have better luck getting them to puff up if I use a large spoon and baste the top of the bread with hot oil while the bottom is browning.
 
 
 
 
 
 
When the goat meat is pull apart tender it's ready...this took about 6 hours and I did cover it half way through the cook.
 
 
 
 
 
 
I topped a fry bread with some of the meat, gave it a sprinkle of more Tatonka Dust, then added asadero cheese, onions, tomatoes, lettuce....and can't remember what else. lol  I was so interested in the meat, it didn't matter what was on top. :)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
It was pretty danged tasty. :)  
Again, it's tempting to raise goats but I know how much work they are. They get into everything. lol For now I'll just stay with cattle, pigs, poultry and shrimp. :)













10 comments:

Three Dogs BBQ said...

Looks great Jeanie. I love goat when done right. I am sure this is perfect.

LindaG said...

:-)

Good to know.
Have a wonderful Sunday, Cowgirl. ♥

cowgirl said...

Bill thank you! I wonder why we don't see more goat meat in the grocery stores. Here in Oklahoma there are a lot of people who raise them...guess they keep the meat for themselves. :)
Hope you are having a great weekend!

cowgirl said...

Thank you Linda! I just saw the pies and bread you baked...looked fantastic!
Hope your Sunday is going well. :)

Paul said...

My my, Jeanie, I'm going to have to try it with lamb I guess. Thanks, looks delicious

tnesseb41 said...

The cabrito looks delicious.
In regard to raising goats: There is a saying around here: "If your fence is tight enough to hold water, it will hold goats".
Stan

cowgirl said...

Thanks Paul! Hope all is well on your end of the US. :)

cowgirl said...

Hahahaa... Thank you Stan! That's a great saying and oh so true.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the laugh. :)

Tango Joe said...

Wonderful post Jeanie, everything looks fantastic.
It would be great to see more goat meat at the butcher, then I certainly would see more of it on my table.

cowgirl said...

Joe! Good to see ya. :) Hope winter is treatin' you well. Thanks for stopping by. :)