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If you want to add a Thai/Jamacian flavor, just add 1 can lite coconut milk and green curry paste (to taste). I also cooked this is my crock pot.

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Angela - Chef Wannabe November 18, 2009

I loved it. Admittedly it is goat and that is not everyone's cup of tea but it is a really good dish if you don't mind the slightly unusual taste. I didn't add the potatoes or bell pepper. It was great with homemade gnocchi. The only problem is the peppercorns get stuck in the gnocchi. Next time they go into muslin bag!

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Chef @Oz December 01, 2006

this recipe is a keeper and will be making this again. From baby to husband,everyone enjoyed this dish of goatmeat.

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umUmar May 12, 2014

delish...however, I altered the recipe a little..used apple cider vinegar, added some brocolli with the red pepper and two tablespoons of corn meal to thicken. definately a keeper.

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JanaBird September 29, 2008

I'd been looking for a good caldereta recipe and this is the closest from my cousin's Grandma's unforgettable caldereta. I added green peas, grated edam cheese and a small bird's eye chilli (labuyo) just out of whim and used beef too. Good job! Thanks for posting!

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Pinaygourmet #345142 March 24, 2007
Goat Caldereta