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Old 11-20-2012, 10:43 AM   #11
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Jewish chopped liver? Sounds good and easy enough, i'm goimg to have to try that. Love finding new ways of using common ingredients, thanks
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Old 11-23-2012, 08:57 PM   #12
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make some rice. boil up the livers with butter and onions then put them in the food processer and chop it up good then put it in with the rice then stir it up and its the best. its called dirty rice i like it.
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Old 11-23-2012, 10:15 PM   #13
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Liver Pate
1-lb Chicken liver chopped
1/4 cup small diced onion
3 tbl butter
low heat - saute onions in butter till soften add liver
saute livers till done and not crispy
as it is cooking mash liver with fork
add 1 - 8 oz cream cheese soften and mix in to liver mixture till blended
then add
1/4 tsp each oregano & basil
chopped pepperoni (i never measured it but would say about 1/2 cup)
(I have used cooked bacon too but love the bite the peproni gives)
salt and pepper to taste.
place into a plastic wrap lined bowl or container( easy to flip on a plate and remove from bowl) refridge till firm and when ready to serve remove from container onto plate and serve with your favorite crackers.
I love this hot also.
When I plate it I put it on top of plate of large leaf lettuce and then put hard boil eggs wedges -red & green peppers rings around it.
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Old 11-24-2012, 12:10 AM   #14
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Liver Pate
1-lb Chicken liver chopped
1/4 cup small diced onion
3 tbl butter
low heat - saute onions in butter till soften add liver
saute livers till done and not crispy
as it is cooking mash liver with fork
add 1 - 8 oz cream cheese soften and mix in to liver mixture till blended
then add
1/4 tsp each oregano & basil
chopped pepperoni (i never measured it but would say about 1/2 cup)
(I have used cooked bacon too but love the bite the peproni gives)
salt and pepper to taste.
place into a plastic wrap lined bowl or container( easy to flip on a plate and remove from bowl) refridge till firm and when ready to serve remove from container onto plate and serve with your favorite crackers.
I love this hot also.
When I plate it I put it on top of plate of large leaf lettuce and then put hard boil eggs wedges -red & green peppers rings around it.
Nice take on Liver Pate' I love the idea of adding pepperoni. I'll be trying that!

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
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