Chicken Liver Masala Fry

Actually I'm very fond of having chicken livers but no-one in my family likes them as much as I do.After sending my son to school I tend to get bored so I will tuck my daughter in her pram and visit the shops near my apartment. There's a World Market just a distance away and they have all the fresh vegetables and very wide range of cheese and breads. As I was luxuriantly strolling there -I spotted some very fresh chicken liver at the counter. I guess if no-one eats..I can still pamper myself with the whole plate rite why not???

Chicken Liver Masala Fry

Ingredients
Serving size:4

1lb chicken liver
1 large onion chopped
1 tomatoes chopped
a small cinnamon stick
3 cloves
3 cardamon pods
1/2tsp mustard seeds
1/2tsp cumin seeds
few sprig curry leaves

For the paste:
3 shallots chopped
a small ginger
3 garlic clove
1/2tsp peppercorns
2tsp coriander powder
1tsp cumin powder
1tsp turmeric powder
1/2tsp chilli powder

Preparation Methods:
Clean the liver, remove all the skin and cut roughly and add 1/4tsp turmeric powder and a pinch salt-mix well and keep aside. Heat 2tsp oil in a kadai splutter curry leaves,cumin,mustard,cinnamon,cardamon and clove till fragrant. Then add the chopped onion and saute till they turn browned followed by the chopped tomatoes..As the oil separated from the mixture add the chicken liver. Saute for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile grind all the ingredient for the paste and then add to the chicken liver- close with lid and let them cook until the gravy thickens. Remove the lid and adjust the level of salt and spice. Remove from flame and serve hot with steam rice.


Comments

Sarah Naveen said…
ooh thats a gorgeous liver fry..
Though i dont eat the liver, it looks delicious!!!( my brother loves it the best)
Shama Nagarajan said…
delicious recipe...love to have it right now
Priya said…
I loveee this liver fry, but mine is completely different from urs...yummyilicious!
Vrinda said…
I had beef liver fry couple of times,but never tried chicken liver..looks gr8...
Tina said…
This is ma grandma's fav dish..Looks spicy and yum.
Malar Gandhi said…
Like it, nice presentation.

b/n what herbs/leaves on the top...looks so nice:)
Jake said…
Great recipe, it makes me hungry and love your blog.

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