Cooking Sinampalukang Kambing (Goat recipe)



Sinampalukang kambing is goat stew in tamarind soup. If you're into goat meats, this one's a refreshing dish that is unbelievably low in cholesterol! It's easy to do, too!

You have to try it at home.

Cooking Sinampalukang Kambing (Goat recipe)


Nyom!



First of all, thanks to my dad for this goat recipe. (Thanks Papa! hihihi... )

Now, not everyone may be comfortable eating goat meats. Some may find them too strong (and smelly, even). If this is the case with you, feel free to substitute pork or beef for this recipe. Let me remind you though, that goat meats are definitely leaner, lower in calories and saturated fats compared to pork, beef or chicken.

Cooking Sinampalukang Kambing (Goat recipe)


Try putting goat stew in the fridge to allow its lard or fats to freeze and float. You'd hardly find any; as opposed to beef or pork fats. So, if you're concerned with cholesterol, having goat meat once in a while might do you some good.


Ingredient in cooking sinampalukang kambing:
- goat meat, cut in cubes
- garlic, crushed
- fresh tamarind or Knorr tamarind broth
- salt and pepper
- vinegar (optional)

Steps in cooking sinampalukang kambing.
1. Bring the tamarind to a boil until they are soft enough to be crushed.

Cooking Sinampalukang Kambing (Goat recipe)


2. Set aside the tamarind broth.
3. Strain the fresh of the tamarind and mix this juice together with its broth.
4. In a deep pan, put the goat meat in water, together with the garlic.

Cooking Sinampalukang Kambing (Goat recipe)

5. Season with salt and pepper.
6. Allow it to boil until the meat is soft and tender.

If you don't have a pressure cooker at home, you can slow cook the meats in a med-high temperature.
7. Add the tamarind broth when the meat is cooked.
8. Allow the soup to boil for another 10 minutes under low-medium heat.
9. Season the dish with salt and pepper.
At this point, you can add vinegar or artificial tamarind broth if you feel you want a more sour soup.
10. Serve while hot.


In summary:


Sinampalukang Kambing (Goat in Tamarind Soup)


5/5 stars
Prep time: 5-10 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes (broth) 90 minutes (stew)
Total time: 1 hour - 1 hr and 40 minutes
Calories per serving: Low calorie
Fat per serving: Low fat

Ingredients
  • Goat meats
  • Garlic
  • Fresh tamarinds
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Vinegar (optional)
Cooking Directions
  1. Prepare tamarind broth using the fresh tamarinds.
  2. Bring the goat to a boil, together with the garlic.
  3. Season the dish with salt and pepper.
  4. Add the tamarind broth when the meat is soft and tender.
  5. Allow the dish to boil.
  6. Adjust the taste with salt, pepper and if necessary, vinegar.
  7. Serve while hot.

That was easy, right?!

Remember me when you cook. You may also like my Cooking Pork Sinigang and Sinigang na Isda recipes.



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44 comments:

  1. Actually, I don't eat kambing. But my husband do so he might like this recipe for he loves cooking.

    Mommy Maye2

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    1. I don't eat kambing too. Nwala ba ung lansa from sampaloc?

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  2. Oh, I actually eat sinampalukang kambing. but I don't know how to cook it haha. Actually I have read this book where you diet based on your blood type. I am blood type B+ and it says kambing (goat or lamb) is like medicine, beef is good and pork is like poison daw. Don't know how true it is and if there is a scientific basis. I never tried it too hehe

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  3. Interesting. I'm not quite sure if I've ever eaten goat yet though.

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  4. Looks good.. but I dont really eat goat. Is there an after taste? What does it taste like exactly?

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  5. I usually correlate Kambing with Kaldereta!!! I like Goat Kaldereta. Thanks for the new idea!

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  6. I miss this one. Especially when you use head and the feet of kambing. Sounds weird but masrap!

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  7. Wow haven't tried this one. In fact, I haven't had a goat! :D

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  8. I eat kalderetang kambing (cooked by a friend) and I like it but I haven't tried sinampalukang kambing. It's good if it really is lower in fat and cholesterol.

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  9. Another great recipe. Kudos! :-)
    Eliz

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  10. that's a very exotic goat dish. :) it is usually for people who are adventurous to try goat. it's an acquired taste, i guess.

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  11. I never tried Kambing meat, I hope I could find a good resto that offers Kambing dish.

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  12. haven't tried this dish!
    talagang walang gulay like kankong... ang sinampalukang kambing?

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  13. Yikes! I don't eat goat. Pero this can be substituted with chicken or beef I guess.

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  14. whoa! i never heard of sinampalukang kambing... though icant seem myself to try kambing in whatever dish.... il tell the hubby who looves kambing to consider this... :-)

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  15. bookmarked this. will cook this for next week after holy week :)

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  16. Sounds interesting and it looks yummy!:)

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  17. never heard of sinampalukang kambing!
    looks delish

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  18. interesting kambing spin. I should ask my mom to help me with trying to make this one. :) thanks for the share!

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  19. Honestly, I only eat kambing pag walang amoy.

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  20. We don't really eat Lamb as the kids and I don't really like this meat. Interesting dish though.

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  21. The only goat-meat recipe that I've ever tried is caldereta. But this looks good, too! I must suggest the recipe to my madre. :-)

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  22. I have only eaten caldereta na kambing! First time I have heard of this!

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  23. hmm, i have tried eating goat meat when I was a kid in the province, it was a regular there and not as exotic here in the metro. hihi! :) kaso, others might be turned off with the smell because some says it's mapanghi daw, ooppps! but this dish looks really interesting! Thanks again for sharing another simple yet yummy recipe! :)

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  24. Never heard of this dish. I like caldereta, so I think I can eat this.

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  25. Hubby loves kambing specially pinapaitan and kaldereta. I don't cook goat though. But I think I'll give the recipe to my uncle who does cook.

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  26. i wonder if i can eat kambing na may sabaw... i only tried calderetang kambing eh..

    Happy Easter!!!

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  27. Exotic-sounding! Will share this recipe to my mom. Thanks!

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  28. haven't tried sinampalukang kambing.. usually calderata too or roasted lamb

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  29. haven't tried this, usually calderetang kambing or roasted lamb with mint :)

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  30. they say this is delicious but I really dont want to try eating kambing :)

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  31. I wonder when I'll have the courage to try kambing dish! :D

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  32. I love sinampalukang manok, but I'm not so sure about goat just yet. :)

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  33. My in-laws over here loves to order lamb meat. I would love to cook it this way, but they are not fond of sinampalukan hehehe!

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  34. We don't often eat goat meat but it is indeed healthier, as you have said. I have not tried sinampalukang kambing... Wala ba free taste? =p~

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  35. I didn't know that goat is leaner! It's really not a usual fare here in the palengke, I'll see if I can buy some and try your recipe. :-)

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  36. Never tried one pa din. Caldereta lang natikman ko :)

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  37. I've never cooked kambing nor have eaten it. I think I'll try your recipe out with chicken instead. :)

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  38. I haven't really tried eating kambing. I've heard of calderetang kambing. What's the difference of its meat from the regular pork or beef?

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  39. Super love this dish and this recipe. Thanks for sharing.!

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  40. I like eating Goat and perhaps sinampalukan is one of those recipes that are great for Goat dishes.

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  41. I am not fond of any sour dish.:D

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  42. Ilocanos' way of sinampalukang kambing is different. They don't use garlic and vinegar.

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  43. Pag nahigop mo yung sabaw, tiyak titirik mata mo sa sarap lalo na kung tag ulan. You may add lemon grass or tamrind leaves for the maximum effect.

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