Roast meat is a traditional delicacy among many communities most notably the Africans and South Americans. Other places in the world have already assumed the culture. Most notably when it comes to goat meat, there is no denying that is has become a favorite among meat lovers. Goat meat has a couple advantages compared to the other types of red meat. It is leaner and it has some amazingly low amounts of total fats and cholesterol.
Of course the very first step involves killing the goat. This should be done by the use of a sharp knife. After killing the goat, what follows next is the skinning process. Clear cut points are made on the ankles and the base of the neck. After that, the skin is pulled out slowly. After skinning the intestines along with the other related parts are removed first.
After that, a fire is built on an iron fire box. The box is elevated for a distance of about two feet from the ground. The goat is then spit by tying it to a large metal pole. The metal pole sis suspended over the fire. When the meat begins to cook, it becomes tender and can fall apart. Metal plates are used to hold it in a secure position. There is an additional iron stand that is used for holding the spit pole in place. This is to facilitate easy turning for easy and even cooking. After making sure that the goat is properly cooked, you can then marinate it. Use salt, pepper, and other spices for seasoning. You should use a sharp knife to insert the chosen spices under the skin of the goat. This allows for the spices to be absorbed slowly as the goat cooks. You should turn the spit frequently to ensure that the goat is evenly cooked. When cooked, the meat should be easy to cut. The skin should be crackling and browned. Cut up the goat into pieces and serve on a platter.