Beer-braised Goat Chops

These grass-fed goat chops are a meat lover's dream. Because they're grass-fed, the goat meat is very delicate and tender and prone to getting tough if over-cooked. On the bright side, the fact that the meat is grass-fed makes it very healthy for you and your family to consume, with a larger amount of unsaturated fats (omega 3's) and less saturated fats. When cooked right, the tenderness and flavor of these chops is incredible!!

What You'll Need

1 pack grass-fed goat chops
10-15 brussel sprouts
10-15 carrots, leaves removed
3 Tablespoons Re: marinade
1/2 cup dark beer/ale like a bock
1/2 cup chicken stock
Salt, Pepper and other spices to taste (Use the Coffee BBQ rub from Red Stick Spice Co. if you desire)
2 Tablespoons fresh ghee

How To Make

1) Season goat chops with the coffee BBQ rub generously on all sides
2) Heat ghee on medium high heat in an oven-safe skillet

3) Sear goat chops on both sides for 90 seconds on each side
4) Add brussel sprouts on all sides of goat chops in the skillet

5) Top the chops with carrots
6) Add the Re: marinade, followed by the beer and the chicken stock
7) Cover and set in oven at 275 F for 60 minutes
8) OPTIONAL: After the chops are done, remove the meat and veggies from the braising liquid, add 1-2 teaspoons of flour and reduce the braising liquid over medium heat until a thick gravy forms (10-15 minutes).

What You'll Get

4-5 delicious goat chops
Soft, melt in your mouth brussel sprouts and carrots

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