This goat meat pepper soup is a favorite Nigerian soup that is so nutritious and filling. It’s heartwarming, ethnic flavors will cheer you up and soothe your soul!
Goat meat pepper soup is a staple in most Nigerian households. You can whip up a big batch anytime for a light, satisfying meal. It is also very popular during parties and gatherings.
Nigerian pepper soup is a very healthy and nutritious soup. If you’re feeling down or tired, this African pepper soup has the amazing ability to make you feel better instantly. It also brings tremendous relief when you have a stuffy nose or are congested.
Goat meat pepper soup does take a while to prepare because goat meat is quite tough. But you can do it on the stovetop or even use a pressure cooker, like the instant pot, to save time. Whichever way you make it, it will be so worth it in the end, I promise you!
I prefer to use meat from a female goat for this recipe. Most people, myself included, struggle with the smell of meat from a male goat. The meat from a female goat is also more tender.
Also, the more mature and older a goat is, the tougher and darker the meat is. I don’t really mind this, as it is more common to prepare this goat meat pepper soup with tougher meat. But if you prefer it to be more tender and have a butcher you can talk to, ask for meat from a younger female goat.