Chicken liver pancakes with redcurrant sauce
Chicken liver pancakes with redcurrant sauce - easy to prepare, inexpensive dish. Pancakes can be fried very quickly, such “pancakes” are convenient for taking to work for lunch, and seasoned with sweet and sour redcurrant sauce, they will turn into a real delicacy, even if very modest. Use a blender or food processor for cooking; in the absence of electric gadgets, a conventional meat grinder with a nozzle from small holes will come off.
I advise you to prepare the sauce in advance, it will become tastier when it is infused and slightly cooled. Such seasonings can be stored in the refrigerator for several days.
- Time for preparing: 45 minutes
- Servings Per Container: 4
Chicken Liver Pancake Ingredients
- 500 g chicken liver;
- 150 g of onions;
- 25 g of wheat flour;
- 25 g of oatmeal (or bran);
- a teaspoon of ground paprika;
- 20 g of olive oil;
- salt, olive oil for frying.
For redcurrant sauce:
- 200 g of red currant;
- pod of red chili;
- 4 cloves of garlic;
- 15 g of granulated sugar;
- half a teaspoon of salt;
- half a teaspoon of ground red pepper;
- green salad for serving.
A method of preparing pancakes from chicken liver with red currant sauce
Put the chicken liver in cold water, rinse, cut into small pieces. I do this so that fibers and veins that sometimes remain in pieces of the liver are not wound around the blender’s knife.
Chop onion finely. Instead, you can use shallots or green onions, also chopped finely.
We break a large chicken egg into a bowl, I advise you to use organic eggs, from chickens from free range.
Now pour salt and ground paprika. You can also add any seasonings that you think are suitable for chicken. They will equally enrich the taste of liver pancakes.
We send all the ingredients to a food processor or grind with a hand blender to a smoothie condition. The dough turns out liquid, similar to low fat sour cream.
To make the dough thicker, sprinkle wheat flour and instant oatmeal. Instead of cereals, you can take wheat or oat bran. Then pour the olive oil, mix and you can start to fry the pancakes.
We well heat the pan with a thick bottom, grease with a thin layer of vegetable oil for frying. We fry for 2 minutes on each side over medium heat. The liver prepares very quickly, you can’t overcook it - it will become dry.
Now prepare the sauce. Put red currants in a saucepan, add 20 ml of water, close the lid and boil for 10-15 minutes, then wipe with a tablespoon through a sieve. Add finely chopped red chilli to the berry puree, garlic, sugar, salt and ground red pepper, passed through the press. We cook the sauce on a quiet fire for another 5 minutes, when it cools down a little, you can balance the taste - add a little more sugar or salt.
Serve pancakes from chicken liver with green lettuce leaves, pour with thick, spicy redcurrant sauce. Enjoy your meal!