HOW TO PREPARE FRIED LIVER THE KENYAN STYLE

This recipe will turn liver haters into converts. Very simple! The three things that will set your liver above all others are: ➧ soak in milk, ➧ turn liver as little as possible and ➧ don't overcook!


FRIED LIVER RECIPE


Ingredients.

➥¹/₂ kg liver
➥3 cups of milk
➥4 cloves garlic
➥1 pc ginger
➥¹/₂ teaspoon rasam powder
➥¹/₄ teaspoon curry powder
➥3 pieces tomatoes
➥2 pieces onions
➥2 blocks of beef cubes.
➥2 pieces green chili
➥¹/₄ teaspoon mixed herbs.
➥1 teaspoon butter

METHOD

Soak the liver in milk for 1 hr, this process softens the lives, after that disregard, the milk, In a pan melt the butter and fry the liver until brown. Remove and fry the onion, garlic until tender. Gradually add tomato, cubes, tomato paste, rasam powder, curry powder, chili n mixed herbs. Then add the liver in stir well, cover and let it cook for 15 minutes, adjust the seasoning.

Benefits of eating the liver


There are different types of liver, which includes, chicken liver, cow liver, goat, and sheep liver. Here are some of the top benefits that one is likely to generate from eating liver.

1. The liver is high on iron


The liver contains irons most especially the chicken liver. For that reason, eating liver will highly contribute to one having enough iron in their body. The function of irons in the body is the creation of red blood cells and keeping the blood healthy in one’s body. Also, iron helps to fight fatigue.

2. Contains vitamin A


The liver is highly rich in vitamin A. This is the reason why pregnant women are always advised to eat liver so that they can enrich themselves with vitamin A. However, for those that are not pregnant, eating liver is still important as vitamin A contributes a lot in making the skin smooth and betters the eyesight.

3. High-quality protein source


For those that are lacking proteins, they can always rely on the liver as it is a high-quality protein source. Therefore, eating it will guarantee you enough proteins in your body.
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