"Goat soup" is one of the traditional Okinawan dishes. A soup full of goat extract, made by slowly boiling goat meat and bones. Locals eat this goat soup on the day of the festival, such as festivals and celebrations. In other words, it is a “luxury food” that you will eat with something .
Looking at this goat soup, which is said to be a stamina dish that Shimanchu and his friends love, and on the net, it seems that the taste is divided into likes and dislikes. However, there are some evaluations such as "rich and delicious". I was curious, so I decided to try it at the En-eating editorial department.
■ Get "goat soup"
This time, I got "Goat soup" from Okiham , a food company that manufactures and sells Okinawan cuisine. On the package, there is a bold and dynamic word " goat soup ".
■ Try cooking
Okiham's goat soup is a retort pouch, so it's easy to cook. The package says that you should put the whole pouch in boiling water or transfer the contents to a pot to heat it, but this time I will transfer the contents to a bakeware and rent it. In addition, I would like to refrain from posting photos that I opened the seal and looked inside.
Microwave, 5 minutes. A fine goat juice was completed.
From the warm goat soup, you can enjoy the mellow scent of beasts, along with the steam that swells in. It's closer to lamb, but more like this ... it smells wild.
■ Try to eat
It has a strong beast scent, so it's a little distracting, but with courage, take a sip of soup. Oh, what a ferocious taste that I imagined from the scent. I'm sure I used a male goat. That's the taste.
Try eating goat meat. It tastes like adding cow and sheep and dividing by two . It doesn't smell as strong as soup, and you can feel the taste of meat. The fiber is firm and soft but chewy.
■ I tried adding herbs to eliminate the smell
In Okinawa, it seems that it is the mainstream to add "wormwood" when eating goat juice. The fragrant grass may be a powerful deodorant.
As expected, I couldn't get the wormwood that is in season in spring, so I decided to add "Pakuchi" (coriander) this time.
Yeah, this is good! The goat's scent, which was a bit of a two-match, has been moderately erased by the unique scent of coriander! Okinawan food should have a slightly ethnic flavor, but anyway, adding herbs with a strong fragrance seems to be the correct answer.
■ Conclusion, likes and dislikes are divided, but I like it relatively
I have different likes and dislikes within the editorial department, but I don't dislike it. Rather, I think it's a addictive taste that makes you want to eat it again when you forget it. Perhaps about three years later, I will miss this taste. At that time, thank you again, Mr. Goat.