Chicken Gizzard Casserole

An ambrosial (and inexpensive!) blend of flavors and textures using the lowly chicken gizzard to brilliant effect. My mother used to make this fairly often when I was growing up, and it's always been a favorite. It's an easy recipe, with virtually no prep work, but unfortunately not a quick one to cook. It's well worth the effort and time involved, though - and it tastes even better the day after, so don't be afraid to make it the day before you need it and reheat it.

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3hrs 5mins
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  • Brown gizzards in oil and butter.
  • Add onions and garlic and brown.
  • Add wine and tomato sauce, stir and cook 2 minutes.
  • Add tomato and rest of seasonings.
  • Simmer covered for 1-1/2 hours.
  • Add chicken broth and cook 1-1/2 hours more.
  • Serve over rice or buttered noodles, unless you are gluten sensitive, of course. It might do well with something like quinoa, but I haven't tested that.
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"An ambrosial (and inexpensive!) blend of flavors and textures using the lowly chicken gizzard to brilliant effect. My mother used to make this fairly often when I was growing up, and it's always been a favorite. It's an easy recipe, with virtually no prep work, but unfortunately not a quick one to cook. It's well worth the effort and time involved, though - and it tastes even better the day after, so don't be afraid to make it the day before you need it and reheat it."
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  1. Wendy H.
    An ambrosial (and inexpensive!) blend of flavors and textures using the lowly chicken gizzard to brilliant effect. My mother used to make this fairly often when I was growing up, and it's always been a favorite. It's an easy recipe, with virtually no prep work, but unfortunately not a quick one to cook. It's well worth the effort and time involved, though - and it tastes even better the day after, so don't be afraid to make it the day before you need it and reheat it.
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