Since my Fiancé is of Caribbean heritage I have discovered delicious new dishes from that part of the world. I find Caribbean food to be fresh and full of flavor, which I love. Although the Fiancé is the master in our kitchen when it comes to Caribbean food, I am quickly catching up to him. I have learned a lot observing him while he cooks and goat curry is one of the dishes. Goat curry is typically made on the stove top but it takes at least 2 hours if you need that fall off the bone tenderness.
I like to make goat curry the traditional way but there are times when time is limited and this is when the Instant Pot comes in handy. After a couple of attempts to find a quick goat curry recipe I am finally sharing my final Instant pot Pressure cooker Goat Curry recipe. It is absolutely delicious and I am pretty proud of it if I have to say so myself.
Goat curry is starting to gain popularity in the culinary world thanks to the celebrity chefs who are featuring it on their menus. I am so happy that I do not have to drive to the international market anymore as large grocery stores like Wegmans and Whole foods are now carrying goat meat in their stores. A lot of American home cooks are still skeptical of trying it and I think its because the word ‘goat’ doesn’t sound like something delicious. I personally think goat meat tastes much better than beef. It is less sweet, has a slight gamey taste and is more flavorful that beef.
This Instant pot Pressure cooker Goat Curry recipe includes warm and inviting spices like curry, cumin, cinnamon and the addition of the scotch bonnet pepper gives it a little heat. Onions, garlic and seasoning peppers add another layer flavor to the dish. This dish would not be complete without some fragrant fresh thyme leaves. This is not a completely authentic goat curry recipe but is tasty pretty close to the real thing.
You can serve the curry with rice, warm crusty bread or by itself. I like to make this dish on Sundays but like to surprise my fiancé with a hearty meal on weekdays. If you are not a big fan of goat meat this recipe works just as well with beef.