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Old 02-23-2014, 12:18 PM   #1
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Default Smoked Chivo on Indian Fry Bread

I've made this in the past and really liked the flavor the marinade added to the mix.

the dry rub ingredients...
about 1 TBS each, garlic, black pepper, thyme, rosemary and paprika.



The wet ingredients, water, Worcestershire, A-1, Bufalo Chipotle and this time I added about 1 tsp of Tatonka Dust.





trimmed the goat leg..



covered with the dry rub...



placed into a baggie, covered with the marinade and let it chill out overnight.



into the BPS drum (marinade too) at 275F...



while the goat leg was hanging out in the drum I made some indian fry bread..
2 cups flour, 1TBS baking powder, 1tsp salt...then add 1 TBS lard..then 1/2 cup warm water. knead and let rest 30 minutes.





I try to form a ridge around the edges of the bread. Gives me half a chance at folding this thing like a taco when it's full. :)







didn't take the temperature of the meat, just pulled it off the heat when it was fork tender...











It was kinda tasty! Will make it again for sure.. Would like to try it on some venison next time.

Thanks for looking!
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Old 02-23-2014, 01:21 PM   #2
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Looks very tasty Jeanie! Do you raise your own goats?
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Old 02-23-2014, 01:23 PM   #3
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That do look good!
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mmmm, that looks farkin delicious. I love indian fry bread!
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Thank you Blue and Aaron!


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Looks very tasty Jeanie! Do you raise your own goats?
Norm, thanks! I don't raise them. A friend raises boer goats and I usually get the meat from them. Do you raise goats?
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I don't Jeanie, the darn things are so cute when they're little I have a tough time growing them for meat.
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Thank you Phu!


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I don't Jeanie, the darn things are so cute when they're little I have a tough time growing them for meat.
I'm the same way Norm, they are too cute!!
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That looks good!
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That looks good!
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Wow that DOES look tasty! There might be some 3-legged goats hobbling around here soon!
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Oh hey, that looks good Jeanie
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Me encanta este.

Awesomeness.
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I don't Jeanie, the darn things are so cute when they're little I have a tough time growing them for meat.
Chit Norm, I have a tough time just rasin' the pigs. Little Farkers.

Looks awesome, Jeanie. Love the look of that meat when ya pulled it.
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Chit Norm, I have a tough time just rasin' the pigs. Little Farkers.

Looks awesome, Jeanie. Love the look of that meat when ya pulled it.
Yeah Gary, but it's BACON!

Looks fantastic Jeanie!
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