Flamin' Goat Sliders
TMA'ed while jammin' to Oluwa Ni (Wemi You) by Reekado Banks
I love goat meat. I can't let it rest. I want you to love goat meat too, or at least really wonder what all the hype is about. I am constantly on the search for new goat meat vendors in the Seattle area. It's a lean mean protein machine, but it's not common in American diets, so finding some quality goat can be hard. I happened upon Toboton Creek Farms at the U-district farmers market. They raise and sell goats on their farm and after looking at all the cuts of meat they had, I left with a leg and some ground goat.
I've never seen or had ground goat. To be honest I've never thought of goat meat as something I would grind. Sure, I know it's possible, but when I think of goat, I think of it in a stew or in a soup falling off the bone. Past food memory aside, I initially had some basic plans for my goat meat. A stir fry or some sort of spaghetti sauce, but then I thought, Temi be wild and I decided to make goat burgers.
Goat burgers, turned into goat sliders which turned into flamin' goat sliders. If you didn’t already know, I love all things spicy. The Fire Cracker I had a while back at Uneeda Burger gave me the idea to create my own version of a fire burger. This recipe includes ingredients for a "mayo" which was coined by a friend as an avocado chimichurri. It is a very spicy avocado chimichurri, but every meal is a personal experience, so feel free to adjust the habaneros to fit your preference.
With the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, sliders are a great choice for your Super Bowl throw down. Venture out of the norm and spice up the party with this recipe.