This Indonesian goat stew originated in Surakarta, Java. It is believed that the dish appeared during the Dutch rule when the best goat cuts were usually distributed among the rich, and what was left for the poor were goat bones which still had some meat attached to them.

The bones are cooked in a thin, coconut-milk-based broth that is enriched with various herbs and spices such as turmeric, galangal, lemongrass, cumin, coriander, garlic, and onions, while some establishments also may include the addition of goat innards. 

Kari kambing

Kari kambing is a goat curry that is popular in Malaysia and Indonesia. It is made with a combination of goat meat cut into chunks, potatoes, tomatoes, curry leaves, ginger, onions, coconut milk, chili peppers, and various other spices such as galangal, turmeric, and lemongrass.

The curry is simmered until the potatoes and the meat both become tender. The dish can be served immediately, but some say that it’s even better the next day when reheated. Serve it with rice or flatbreads.

Boiled Goat Meat with Lemon Juice (De tai chanh)

De tai chanh is a traditional Vietnamese dish and a specialty of Ninh Binh. The dish is made with goat meat that’s boiled with lemon juice. Other common ingredients include chili peppers, lemon leaves, garlic, pepper, and sesame. The meat must be thinly sliced, fresh, and just lightly boiled so that it doesn’t lose its sweetness.

De tai chanh is usually served accompanied by figs, green bananas soaked in vinegar, and soy sauce for dipping on the side.

According to tasteatlas.com