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In stock currently is some of the nicest Kid Goat meat that we have ever had. Incredibly lean and beautifully tender it is the perfect product for anyone that wants to try Goat Meat, or those of you who already love it!

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Half British Kid Goat

Kid Goat Taster Box

Kid Goat Diced ON the bone

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Mutton Diced OFF the bone

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Israeli couscous, peas, preserved lemon, mint and goat’s cheese

A crumble of goat’s cheese tops this vibrant medley, the soft sweet peas jostling with the sharp saltiness of the lemon and the fragrant herbs. Israeli couscous comes in lots of different shapes, but maftoul, fregola or orzo would work just as well here.

Serves 2
2 tbsp olive oil
1 small leek, sliced and washed (about 120g)
4 garlic cloves, peeled and sliced
2 tsp salt
1 preserved lemon, diced (about 2 tbsp)
250g Israeli (giant) couscous
700ml boiling water
200g shelled fresh peas
4 sprigs of mint, leaves picked and chopped
4 sprigs of parsley, leaves picked and chopped
100g goat’s cheese of your choice

1. Heat the oil in a large saute pan or nonstick wok. Fry the leek and garlic on a medium heat for 2–3 minutes to soften, then add the salt and preserved lemon, and stir to combine. Tip in the Israeli couscous and continue frying for another 2 minutes or until the little couscous balls start to go golden.

2. Add half the boiling water and the peas. Boil until most of the water has soaked in, then add the rest of the water and cook on a high heat until it has also been absorbed by the couscous.

3. Remove from the heat, add the mint and parsley and stir well. Finally crumble the goats’ cheese all over and serve.