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Chicken Liver Wraps

I had some of these at a wedding reception. Luckily the hostess let me in on the ingredients. I just played around with the timing and amounts per appetizer and found the right taste. They are really good and the chessnut really adds a delightful ((crunch)).

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25mins
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ingredients

  • 1 package chicken liver, cut to bite size pieces
  • 1 can sliced water, chestnuts
  • 1 package bacon, strips cut in half
  • toothpick

directions

  • wrap a piece of liver, along with a slice of water chestnut in a slice of bacon.
  • Secure with tooth pick.
  • Do this until ingredients are used up.
  • Put under broiler and broil until bacon is browned but still pliable or until desired doneness of bacon.
  • The liver cooks very quickly, so basically it's the bacon that you are waiting for, to be sure it is cooked.
  • The yield depends on how many livers and chestnuts you have.
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"I had some of these at a wedding reception. Luckily the hostess let me in on the ingredients. I just played around with the timing and amounts per appetizer and found the right taste. They are really good and the chessnut really adds a delightful ((crunch))."
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  1. sher440
    Yep - been making Ramaki for 40 yrs now BUT have recently changed it: I sometimes use pineapple chunks. With or without the water chestnut. With or without the liver. Everyone loves it! And, I always bake them in the oven with brown sugar drowning them...a party fav for years.
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  2. callygirl085
    I make this every new years eve, I love it.
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  3. Kara9080
    I too call these "Rumaki" and I marinate them in teriyaki/soy sauce before baking then I finish them off under the broiler. DeLISH!
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  4. Brandi1976
    These were great! I am always on the look-out for ways to use these up. My mom puts them in the package when we butcher - I hate wasting things. They were very easy to make, and tasted great COLD. Thanks! Brandi
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  5. Manami
    These are very good! If I am not mistaken these little packages are called "Rumaki" and were the rage in the 70's. Thank you for posting and jogging my memory - nice thoughts. Diane
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