South indian GOAT CURRY

South indian goat curry is a dish that is made up of goat meat. Goat curry can use in many different dishes, but this is used most commonly in korma.

Goat’s meat is used to make this type of curry and is better to roast before cooking. We can also cook it in some other gravy before serving with rice or other food items. We can make it spicier by adding other ingredients to it, which makes it more appealing. 

Specifically, it is always preferable to use baby goat for the preparation of this curry. It is a fragrant, hearty curry cooked in the pressure cooker. 

Goat Curry is popular in Southeast Asian cuisine, Caribbean food, and Indian subcontinent cuisine. As well as, Indian diaspora brought this dish to South East Asia. After this, the outlook of the local cuisine has completely changed. 

This cuisine has spread across the Caribbean and among the Indo-Caribbean diasporas in North America and Europe.

South Indian Goat Curry

A wide variety of Goat dishes are available in South India. Some of them are Aloo gosht, Bengali mutton bhuna, Bhuna gosht, Mutton Dalcha, Goat curry, Massaman curry, Mutton balti, Mutton curry etc.

Goat Chettinadu, Goat Pepper Masala, Goat Stew, Goat Masala, Goat Coconut Fry, Goat Curry are the main goat dishes in Savoy’s Restaurant. These were very deeply satisfying and had a spicy aroma.

Health Benefits of Goat Curry

Aside from its distinct flavour, mutton has several health benefits to offer. They are; 

Firstly, the saturated fat content of goat meat is lower than the overall quantity of unsaturated fats. And, it decreases blood cholesterol levels, reduces inflammation, and stabilizes cardiac rhythms.

Secondly, the consumption of goat meat lowers the risk of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. Because, goats are ruminants, their flesh has a high concentration of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a fatty acid that may help prevent cancer and other inflammatory diseases.

Moreover, Goat meat includes Vitamin B, which aids in fat burning. Because, goat meat contains a high level of lean protein and a low amount of saturated fat, it aids in weight control and lowers the risk of obesity. Mutton includes selenium and choline, both of which are anti-cancer nutrients.

Goat meat is helpful for pregnant women since it prevents anaemia in both mother and baby by boosting blood haemoglobin levels in the mother. Also, it improves blood flow to the baby due to its high iron content (3mg iron/100g of goat meat). 

Including goat meat in one’s diet when pregnant lowers the chance of birth problems in children, such as neural tube defects.

Savoy’s Special Goat Curries

goat curry

Savoy’s cuisine is always very fantastic. Because of the delicious preparation, this dish is widely acceptable. However, they enjoy eating mutton dishes prepared with a variety of spices and other special ingredients.

Goat Curry

Savoy’s special Goat Curry is very popular and delicious. Above all, very high-quality black pepper and special meat masala include in the recipe which makes it more delicious. 



The main ingredients used in this curry are goat flesh, tomatoes and red bell pepper, spices, along with, aromatics.

Goat flesh: Normally, it is not necessary to remove the bone from the flesh as it has many medicinal purposes. However, it is okay to use boneless meat.  

Tomatoes and red bell pepper: These veggies provide flavour to the curry while also thickening it, for instance, eliminating the need for a thickener.

Spices: Smoked paprika, ground cinnamon, cumin, chilli powder, bouillon powder, and curry powder are the major components. Although, the spice list is lengthy, curry recipes have rich and diverse tastes. 

Aromatics: Onions, garlic, and ginger

In addition, use coconut milk, extra virgin olive oil and a little amount of water or broth to make the goat curry thick and creamy.

Nutrition Facts of Goat Curry - 1 cup

  • cup (236g )
  • Calories from Fat 94. Calories 225.
  • 15% Total Fat 10g.
  • 7% Saturated Fat 1.4g.
  • 22% Cholesterol 66mg.
  • 4% Sodium 84mg.
  • 14% Potassium 506mg.
  • 3% Total Carbohydrates 7.6g.

Goat Stew

This goat stew is low in fat, gluten-free, and above all, it is keto-friendly. Moreover, goat meat is one of the healthiest meats on the market.

Many people are unaware that it has fewer calories and more protein and iron than beef, pig, and chicken. As a result, this delectable, nutrient-dense meat is in high demand, and for a good reason.

Mutton stew is an excellent source of protein. Above all, it has a lot of health benefits. Goat is the most common type of stew. In addition, goat meat contains all nine essential amino acids, which are important for human health.

It has a high level of iron, zinc, selenium and vitamin A necessary for our bodies to function properly.

This dish also contains high amounts of B vitamins which help with muscle growth, metabolism and energy production.

Nutrition Facts of Goat Stew - 1 cup

  • cup (244g )
  • Calories from Fat 141. Calories 281.
  • 25% Total Fat 16g.
  • 26% Saturated Fat 5.1g.
  • 26% Cholesterol 79mg.
  • 12% Sodium 281mg.
  • 23% Potassium 797mg.
  • 4% Total Carbohydrates 11g.

Madkka Goat Biryani

Madka Goat Biryani is also known as Kudukka, and it is a dish made with very tasty and healthy flavours. The name Madka Goat Biryani comes from the fact that it is prepared in a pot.

According to one theory, the name Biryani came from the Persian word ‘birinj,’ which means rice. Also, another source claims it comes from the Persian term ‘biryani,’ which means ‘fried before cooking.’


Spices: Cinnamon, black cardamom, green cardamom mint, cloves, brown onion, along with, bay leaves includes in this dish.

goat biriyani

Nutrition Facts of Matka Goat Biryani

  •  Cup (201g )
  •  Calories from Fat 63. Calories 223.
  •  11% Total Fat 7g.
  •  6% Saturated Fat 1.1g.
  •  17% Cholesterol 50mg.
  •  17% Sodium 407mg.
  •  16% Potassium 562mg.
  •  6% Total Carbohydrates 19g.

Goat Kothu Paratha

Kothu Paratha is a famous South Indian meal that comes in a variety of regional varieties.

Goat Kothu Parotta is a meal made with flaky shredded flatbread and mutton meat in a spicy curry masala. In addition, the name “kothu” comes from the Tamil word “kothu,” which means “to shred.”

Goat Kothu paratha is a battered dish topped with spicy mutton gravy. Moreover, it is a  combination of spicy ingredients such as green chilies, onions, garlic, veggies, and so forth.

Goat curry Kothu Paratha


Savoy’s is one of the most popular restaurants in Edmonton and has a great atmosphere for families and children. Above all, our goal is to provide the most delicious and healthy dishes according to the tastes of our customers. 

Everyone, especially those who love mutton dishes, will enjoy it a lot from here. In conclusion, we are gladly welcoming you all to try our delicious meals!!

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