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Exotic flavoured Liver

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Serves 4

A simple way to add a different dimension to liver using lamb or chicken liver

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Ingredients

  • Marinade
  • 2x15ml soya sauce
  • 1x15ml honey
  • 1x15ml soft brown sugar
  • 2x15ml wine vinegar/balsamic
  • 1 small piece fresh root ginger finely chopped
  • 1 garlic clove, crushed
  • salt, pepper
  • 459gm lamb or chicken liver, slice into thin strips
  • 1x15ml cornflour
  • 150ml chicken stock
  • 2x15ml oil
  • 4 spring onions either finely chopped/sliced (preference)

Method

    1. Mix the marinade ingredients, add the liver, mix and marinate for 2 hours. Drain the liver, mix the cornflour and stock into the marinade.
    2. Heat the oil in large frying pan or wok. Add the spring onions, fry until golden, remove with slotted spoon and set aside
    3. Add the liver to the pan and fry briskly until just cooked through and lightly coloured.
    4. Add the marinade and previously cooked spring onions to the pan and cook until thickened.
    5. Adjust seasoning to taste and serve immediately on a bed of noodles

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smithtr
17th Jul, 2010
Easy dish and even the non liver lovers should enjoy
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