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Old 12-17-2012, 08:52 PM   #1
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One lb. chix livers cut livers into 2-3 pieces. Melt 2 Tab. butter in large skillet.Use med heat, rinse the livers ,pat dry, add to skillet.salt and pepper them,Add 1 Tab. chopped fresh sage leaves,and 4 thin slices of prosciutto cut in slives cook turing lives often til light brown but still pink in center this should take about 5 min.Transfer livers to plate with slotted spoon.Add 2 Tab vin Santo or if you cannot find any sweet marsala will do. Raise heat simmer 1 min.til liquid is slightly reduced add 1 tab, butter and 2 Tab. fresh chopped parsley pour over the livers and serve right away. Hot white rice is good here or over polenta or toasted Italian bread.
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Yum! This sounds great, thank you Kades :)
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Yum! This sounds great, thank you Kades :)
It is so great. I love Vin Santo or the sweet Marsala.
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Sounds good. I see that you broke two different major religious dietary laws at once, though. Kehakte leber ( ashamed that my old brain can't remember the Hebrew for chicken liver, right now, but everyone knows the Yiddish:P) with prosciutto is Traif and Kibra firekh (Arabic) with wine is Haram. I shall give it a try!
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Sounds good. I see that you broke two different major religious dietary laws at once, though. Kehakte leber ( ashamed that my old brain can't remember the Hebrew for chicken liver, right now, but everyone knows the Yiddish:P) with prosciutto is Traif and Kibra firekh (Arabic) with wine is Haram. I shall give it a try!
Good lord I did what? That sounds just like me. I'm good at making a goof up here and there. Please forgive me and enjoy it anyway.
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Chicken Livers Vin Santo One lb. chix livers cut livers into 2-3 pieces. Melt 2 Tab. butter in large skillet.Use med heat, rinse the livers ,pat dry, add to skillet.salt and pepper them,Add 1 Tab. chopped fresh sage leaves,and 4 thin slices of prosciutto cut in slives cook turing lives often til light brown but still pink in center this should take about 5 min.Transfer livers to plate with slotted spoon.Add 2 Tab vin Santo or if you cannot find any sweet marsala will do. Raise heat simmer 1 min.til liquid is slightly reduced add 1 tab, butter and 2 Tab. fresh chopped parsley pour over the livers and serve right away. Hot white rice is good here or over polenta or toasted Italian bread. kades 3 stars 1 reviews
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