Anglia Farm Shop - Cambridge Goat Farm

An online site offering you a wide variety of goat meat products, home reared fresh goat, frozen imported goat, smoked goat and other farm produce.

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Posted 131 weeks ago
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Posted 131 weeks ago
<p>Yippee…carrot time!</p>

Yippee…carrot time!

Posted 149 weeks ago
<p>Waiting patiently for the rain to stop</p>

Waiting patiently for the rain to stop

Posted 149 weeks ago
<p>Mistletoe looking beautiful in the autumn sun on the goat farm</p>

Mistletoe looking beautiful in the autumn sun on the goat farm

Posted 153 weeks ago
<p>This is a wren’s nest made from hay and goat hair. The birds made it on top of the water tank at the farm.</p>

This is a wren’s nest made from hay and goat hair. The birds made it on top of the water tank at the farm.

Posted 157 weeks ago

Feeding the goats blackberries last summer #throwback

Posted 195 weeks ago
<p>Sunny day on the farm #firstpost #goat #angliafarmshop</p>

Sunny day on the farm #firstpost #goat #angliafarmshop

Posted 195 weeks ago

Goat Meat on Celebrity MasterChef!

Inspired by the goat dish on Celebrity MasterChef UK? Why not buy some of our goat meat online and have a go!

www.angliafarmshop.co.uk 

Posted 200 weeks ago

Goat Pie Recipe

Ingredients:

  • Oil for frying
  • 2 sheets of ready rolled puff pastry
  • 2kg of cubed goat meat
  • Stock cube
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 large carrot
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 medium potato
  • Gravy granules
  • Egg wash

Method:

Shallow fry the cubed goat meat in the oil until brown, remove from the pan and simmer until soft (1 to 2 hours, time can be reduced if using a pressure cooker). Gently fry the chopped onion in the oil, add a small amount of water and simmer the chopped carrots and potato until soft. When the meat is soft and falls off the bone allow it to cool. Take the meat off the bone and remove any fat. Thicken the vegetables and stock using gravy granules and then stir in the meat. Place grease proof paper on a large baking tray, approx. 34 x 34 cm. Lay out the whole sheet of puff pastry and spread the filling mixture leaving a gap of 2 cm along the edge. With a pastry brush dampen the edge of the the pastry with a beaten egg. Lay the second layer of pastry on top and crimp the edges with a fork. Brush the top of the pie generously with the remaining egg wash. Make one or two small holes on the top of the pie to let any steam escape. Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 30-40 minutes until golden brown. 

Posted 202 weeks ago