By Brian Holley on January 20, 2007
Photo by Engrossed
Photo by Engrossed
"This is a simple and different way to serve liver. Liver is full of goodness. The recipe will be good with lambs, pigs or chicken livers. If using chicken livers be gentle as they are more likely to break apart than the other livers. A cheap dish to serve with a curry."
Serving Size: 1 (436 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This was EXCELLENT! I've been making chicken livers with a flour, salt, black pepper and curry powder coating for 15 years and this was a nice spice mix. The mustard curdled in the oil but mixed well once the onion was added. I used coconut milk in step 2. The ginger was left out of the instructions but I added it with the other spices in step 2. VERY TASTY and a KEEPER."
"I need more stars to rate this! 5 seems to be a low score. What an awesome recipe, super quick and easy to make. Best lamb's liver I ever tasted. This recipe will definitely become a regular in our house. Served this with aromatic rice."
"Just what I was looking for - a simply curry recipe to try with liver. I was very pleased with the spices and resulting flavor. I doubled the recipe to use 1lb of chicken and 1lb of beef liver that I had on hand. Also I added a little cornstarch to the liver in addition to the seasonings, and about 1/2 lb carrots and 1/2 lb potatoes. Served over Thai jasmine rice. Will certainly make this again, but next time I will mince the the liver next time - the kids were all clamoring for a bowl until one figured out the "beef and chicken curry" was "beef (liver) and chicken (liver) curry. :-)"
"BrianH- you never disappoint. Had a craving for liver ever since I found this recipe 4 days ago, so I made it tonight. Have just finished eating, and DH is still enjoying his. Very easy and different. It took me much longer to cook the liver through, but I think it is because I didn't slice the livers, I just put them in as is. I had a little more than 1 lb, so I adjusted the spices for it. Something makes the onions taste very sweet- maybe it is the mustard? Couldn't have been simpler. Thank you for sharing."