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07-02-2002, 01:05 PM
For our bbq on the 4th I have some goat to cook. It was a gift from 2 brothers we sponsored for the county livestock show. I found this recipe and while I can understand some of the words...I need some help. TIA
CABRITO EN CHILE ANCHO
1 cabrito mediano
10 chiles anchos
1 jitomate grande asado
6 cucharadas soperas de aceite
5 cucharadas soperas de vinagre
5 dientes de ajo
sal y pimienta
Lavar bien el cabrito, sacarle las vísceras, limpiarlo y cortarlo en trozos, luego frotarlo de vinagre,sal y pimienta y dejarlo reposar 2 horas.
Tostar, desvenar y remojar los chiles. Licuarlos con el ajo, el jitomate, la cebolla y el aceite. Luego colarlo.
Embarrar el cabrito en la salsa de chile y acomodarlo en una charola, cubierta con papel aluminio junto con el hígado y los riñones limpios. Hornear a fuego medio, aproximadamente dos horas, según el tamaño del cabrito.
Sirva con frijoles de olla y tortillas calientes.
07-02-2002, 01:08 PM
Sneezles, I have a friend that's fluent in Spanish but I'm not sure if she's already left for her vacation. I've e-mailed her to see if she's home. If she is, she'll do it. Although you'll probably have someone on the BB that can do it before I hear from her.
07-02-2002, 01:16 PM
heres a spanish to english dictionary
07-02-2002, 01:23 PM
Here is a start from babelfish (some is obviously wrong- "you leave and pepper"). Someone who knows Spanish will probably give you a better translation, but in a pinch you can use this site
You paste in the text and they translate between several languages.
CABRITO IN WIDE CHILE
1 medium cabrito
10 wide chili peppers
1 great tomato roasted
6 soperas spoonfuls of oil
5 soperas spoonfuls of vinegar
5 teeth of garlic
you leave and pepper
PREPARATION: To wash the cabrito well, to remove the vísceras, to clean it to him and to cut it in pieces, soon to rub it of vinegar, you leave and pepper and to let it rest 2 hours. To toast, to desvenar and to soak chili peppers. To liquefy them with garlic, the tomato, the onion and the oil. Soon to strain it. Embarrar the cabrito in the sauce of Chile and to accommodate it in a tray, the clean cover with paper aluminum along with the liver and kidneys. Hornear to average fire, approximately two hours, according to the size of the cabrito. Serve with frijoles as pot and hot tortillas.
07-02-2002, 01:26 PM
Originally posted by amanda
Here is a start from babelfish (some is obviously wrong- "you leave and pepper").
Sal is Spanish for salt ~ that last line is "salt and pepper" :)
And "teeth" of garlic is, of course, cloves of garlic.
07-02-2002, 01:28 PM
Y'all are great! Thanks so much!!! :)
They got most of it, but here you go (late as usual.)
GOAT IN CHILE ANCHO
I medium goat
10 ancho chiles
1 tomato, well done
6 soup spoons of oil
5 soup spoons of vinegar
5 garlic cloves
Salt and pepper
Wash the goat well and eviscerate it, cutting it into serving pieces, then rub with vinegar, salt and pepper and let rest for 2 hours. Toast, devein and soak the chiles. Liquify chiles (I’m assuming we mean pop into the blender or food processor) with the garlic, onion and tomatoes. Strain mixture. Smear the goat with the chile mixture and place on a tray, covering it with aluminum foil along with the cleaned liver and kidneys. Cook on medium fire about two hours or according to the size of the goat.
Serve with beans and warm tortillas.
07-02-2002, 02:10 PM
Fortunately I won't have to worry about the liver or kidneys :eek:
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