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Chicken Liver recipe
Tue 5-Jun-12
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I saw this and thought of Hattie, then I thought that I should like it too, if I can find the livers that is.

I'll try that again!

Tue 5-Jun-12
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I love the title of the blog- obviously someone who enjoys their food. I have the lingonberry jam, now just need the rest of the ingredients.

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Tue 5-Jun-12
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It is a good title isn't it?  He lived for a while in Sweden, Gothenburg I think.

I'll try that again!

Tue 5-Jun-12
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Getting the chicken livers is easy TA......Waitrose always have them.You can usuwaveally get ducks livers too. Sometimes even a choice between bog standard economy ones or organic.  I get mine via Ocado but it is a Waitrose product. I think Tesco & Sainsbury's do them too but I am not sure if they do organic. My trad. butcher also does them but they are frozen. If you want lingonberry jelly, you get it at IKEA.

 

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I have never looked for them in Tesco, but ours is a small store so won't be surprised to not find them. I know Waitrose do them.  I shan't buy any Lingon jam, I shall dissolve some  Medlar jelly that my sister-in-law made for me.  I must look for duck livers at W/R too.

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wave  Lovely recipe.  I shall try this if I get the chance.  I adore chicken livers.

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I hope you enjoy it.

I'll try that again!

Tue 5-Jun-12
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I fry off an onion, add the chicken livers, a touch of honey, salt and a dash of a browinsh sauce and that they have over here...I think it's Maggi, a little water, the rice ready in a separate saucepan and it's a quick, easy and cheap recipe....

 

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I love making (and eating) Chicken liver pate, but not really done much else with them..

You can usually pick up frozen chicken liver in most supermarkets of a reasonable size

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I have never been to the freezer section of any supermarket.  I don't have a freezer.

I'll try that again!

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Ooh TA, don't know how you manage, I agree it's good to have fresh food, but having the freezer is so convenient, especially with all the stuff I grow. (and the bargains I come across at the supermarkets).

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I don't eat much really, as long as I have bread, milk, ham, tomatoes and eggs I can cope.  Not that I exist on those - I do eat other lovely things.  I don't have to provide for anyone else.

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Don't forget our Fiona's delicious recipe for a warm salad of chicken livers with pears & chicory.  I love this in the autumn; a great taste combination.

 

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Chicken livers make a lovely risotto.  I don't have an actual recipe, I just chuck in whatever I have that takes my fancy, basically.

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Hattie said:

Don't forget our Fiona's delicious recipe for a warm salad of chicken livers with pears & chicory.  I love this in the autumn; a great taste combination.

I'm going to have organic ducks' livers with the salad of pears & chicory later....I have some lovely just ripe pears & some white chicory which was on special offer. I might add some crispy bacon too.

Mmmmmm !!laugh

 

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