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Stir-Fry Turmeric Goat Meat with Sauce

Stir-Fry Turmeric Goat Meat with Sauce

This stir-fry turmeric goat meat recipe glazed with turmeric sauce is so delicious I am excited for you to try the recipe!

Everyone is watching carbs and trying to cut out carbs is easy because I knew that goat meat stir fry would be the best option. You can choose to have it with cauliflower rice and veggies. I love the spice turmeric since it is a mild spice that gives curry pastes and powders their signature goldenrod hue. Turmeric has been used in Africa for thousands of years as a spice and medicinal herb and today it is the star attraction in my stir-fry goat meat recipe.

Stir-Fry turmeric sauce with veggies.

What does goat meat taste like? Goat meat tastes like a cross between lamb and venison but honestly goat meat taste like goat meat similar to chicken tastes like chicken. Goat meat is an important source of meat for centuries around the world.

Stir-Fry Turmeric Goat Meat Recipe ready in 10 minutes.

How to Make Turmeric Stir-Fry Sauce.


1 cup veggie broth

1 tablespoon cornstarch

2 teaspoons ground turmeric

Whisk ingredients together in a medium size bowl until cornstarch is dissolved.

Stir-Fry Turmeric Goat Meat.

Stir-Fry Turmeric Goat Meat.


½ pound goat fillets cut into 1-inch strips

½ ground turmeric

½ garlic powder

½ teaspoon salt

½ ground cumin

½ ground curry

½ cup fresh coriander leaves

4 tablespoons vegetable oil for sauteing


Placing your goat meat in the freezer for around 30 minutes makes it easier to slice. Fill the pan with oil in a cast iron skillet or heavy frying pan over high heat. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl. Stir-fry goat meat and spices in hot oil for about 7 minutes. Pour in turmeric sauce stir well an serve over veggies for a keto low-carb meal.

Did you know? In certain religions, the process of preparation of the meat rather than the meat itself is examined. In Arabic, the word halal means permitted or lawful. Halal foods are foods that are allowed under Islamic dietary guidelines. Islamic laws, divide foods into Harām, which are forbidden or sinful, and halal, which are permitted foods.

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