This Jamaican Brown Stew Mutton recipe is just too amazing! The flavours of the goat with the authentic Caribbean seasoning just brings back good memories. Then the potatoes and carrots just add that texture and complete the taste.
There are many ways to cook a goat but this method is one of the best. You can definitely use the same method to cook your stew beef, believe me, it’s gonna be just as good. I know that many people do not like the smell and taste of goat or lamb meat. So if you are looking for another alternative, then beef is perfectly fine.
Tip: Washing meat with vinegar, lime or lemon will help to get rid of that smell and strong taste.
I honestly believe that we add carrot and potatoes to many of our dishes because meat is expensive and I think that adding veggies will stretch the food and give a thicker and more delicious gravy consistency. (laughing out loud) So everyone can have more food. Believe me when I say that in a Jamaican household one pot feed the whole community food for Mr John Brown, Peter and Paul. I remember when my neighbours use to feed me. I won’t refuse a plate of stew chicken and rice no matter if I only got one piece of meat and the rest is gravy. Gravy is life! I can eat a whole plate of rice with just the gravy because the food is that nice. That’s Jamaican life! Either way, it is delicious and this 2 pounds gave me 6 perfect servings, food for days.
You can pair this Jamaican Brown Stew Mutton with anything you desire but it goes perfectly with our Jamaican Rice and Peas. (Pictured Below)