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Old 09-16-2012, 01:36 AM   #1
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Chicken livers over rice-TNT

We or I should say my girls and I have this when DH is not hungry or is away. We melt 1/2 cup of butter in a skillet, then we add about a 1/3 lb of sliced fresh mushrooms and 1 large onion, chopped saute til the onion is translucent. Add 1 lb of livers and saute for 1 min then cover and cook slowly for 15 min.Stir in 1/3 cup of dry sherry and 1 cup sour cream and heat but make sure not to boil. Serve over rice. A green salad is nice as is some nice warm French bread and butter.
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oh kades, i am so ready for a meal of chicken livers, and your recipe sounds just wonderful, with its mushrooms, onions and sherry. have you ever tasted it before adding the sour cream, kades, or used fat-free?
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Old 09-16-2012, 09:42 AM   #3
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oh kades, i am so ready for a meal of chicken livers, and your recipe sounds just wonderful, with its mushrooms, onions and sherry. have you ever tasted it before adding the sour cream, kades, or used fat-free?
Hi Vit, I use fat free sour cream all the time. I do make sure to check how much sugar that has been added. Fat free is fine,
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thanks, sweetie. your recipes are some of the best i've seen in my food searches and travels. where do you find them?
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thanks, sweetie. your recipes are some of the best i've seen in my food searches and travels. where do you find them?
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This reminds me of spaghetti alla Caruso, with a white sauce!

Sounds great!
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Old 09-16-2012, 01:51 PM   #7
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thanks, sweetie. your recipes are some of the best i've seen in my food searches and travels. where do you find them?
Many come from years of taking a recipe and adding or taking away things. Getting recipes from friends, the newspaper and then removing something I don't care for.Add something I love just use my mind and see what I get I love to fool with ideas and then try them out on the family who can really be a help. That is mostly how I get recipes I'm not much for taking a cookbook and just following the recipe word for word that gets' old pretty fast. So it's ideas I get here, DC is my second home and all the members share ideas with us so that is a plus. And that is all I can say.
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This reminds me of spaghetti alla Caruso, with a white sauce!

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You know Aunt Bea, I think I saw that recipe some place but I'm not sure where. I'll have to dig and see if I can find it. Sounds good and I love Caruso what a voice.
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You know Aunt Bea, I think I saw that recipe some place but I'm not sure where. I'll have to dig and see if I can find it. Sounds good and I love Caruso what a voice.
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One of my relatives made chicken livers over rice. Loved the dish, but was squeamish about making it myself.

Re Caruso's dish - love it. Have had it years ago at a restaurant. Very similar to this Spaghetti alla Caruso with red wine, San Marzanos & mushrooms.

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