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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Meat -->  Chopped Liver

Zaide's Chopped Liver (p. 28)
(Meat/Passover - Serves 10 to 12)
Recipe Ingredients:
  • 6 large hard-cooked eggs, peeled, divided
  • 1/4 C. melted chicken fat, divided
  • 1 lb. chicken livers, drained
  • 1 large onion, sliced
  • Kosher salt and pepper


Seasoned with Love
Culinary Treasures from the Breman

"Pate and chopped liver are first cousins."

Cut eggs into quarters, setting aside 1/2 egg for topping.

Lightly grease broil pan with melted chicken fat. Broil livers until no longer pink, drain and cut into small pieces. In large skillet, sauté onion in 1/2 of the remaining chicken fat. Remove onions.

Sauté livers for 1 minute. Transfer onions, liver, pan juices and eggs to processor. Pulse only until chopped.

Transfer to large bowl. Stir in reserved chicken fat, season with salt and pepper.

Grate reserved egg on top. Serve immediately or refrigerate to serve cold. Serve with crackers or matzahs.

 

Torah Gem: The Life-Transforming Diet based on Health and Psychological Principles of Maimonides and other Classical Sources

from Chapter 4, Why Should I Change:

(p. 47) Human nature is incentive-based. Why are incentives so important? Human nature refuses to make changes if the new choice provides less enjoyment. . . than the current situation. However, if a new practice or way of life is theoretically les enjoyable but. . .will provide a greater advantage, we will WANT to change. . .we have shifted our personal definition of the "greater enjoyment". . .to be in line with the "greater advantage". . .we are working WITH human nature, rather than against it.

(p. 49) [Rambam]: "Whether a person eats, drinks, has marital relations, sleeps, is awake, performs activities or rests, the primary goal should be to preserve his physical health."

Sept 2005 - 2013 - Kosher Recipes - Kosher Cooking - Jewish Cooking - Jewish Recipes - Jewish Foods