the only way to make this better is to grate sharp cheese over the top and let it melt just before serving..it's a wonderful taste combination
This was really good. I didn't have any buttermilk so I used the buttermilk substitute of 1 cup milk and 1 Tbs. of lemon juice ( you could use vinegar also). After I mixed this up real good, I let it sit 10 minutes before adding the liver. I though just the flour alone wouldn't be very tasty so to the flour I added salt, pepper and onion powder. I can't believe how tender the liver stayed. I ever so slightly over browned some of them but the liver was still tender. I'll be adding this to my other liver recipes. Thanks so much for posting.
I prepared these exactly like you said, my husband almost ate the whole pound by himself. Great recipe!
Excellent recipe! I used some paprika and garlic salt in the flour for a little more zip. The buttermilk was the clincher though.
Wonderful recipe. I have never had chicken livers quite this tasty before. Buttermilk gives it a wonderful crust. My son loved it too. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
I just want to thank you so much for this recipe. It was awesome. It also brings back childhood memories from a place that I used to eat at in Dallas called the Circle Grill. We always put honey on top of the livers. These tasted just like Circle Grill- which is no longer in business to my knowledge.
Great recipe-used it for years! It's wonderful with fresh greens. I also like the fried green tomatoes recipe from the Whistle Stop recipes-ya'll know it is from the Fannie Flagg novel 'Fried Green Tomatoes', the one on which the movie was based. Thanks for the post-I lost my cookbooks in our last hurricane.
Tried these last night and they were by far the best we've ever had. I'm not a big liver fan, but something about the buttermilk mellowed the "liver" flavor and they were fantastic. Will so do again. (She's right, get a screen--boy do they pop).
This is a simple yet very good recipe for chicken livers. The only thing that I added was after I cooked them and drained the grease I smoothered them with hot sauce. Just another way to try them.