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Creamy Liver Pate Recipe
For a long time, festive tables were almost complete without liver pates. And not only festive ones. Pate with butter is perfect for sandwiches for Breakfast, afternoon tea or just a snack. It's certainly high in calories. It was made from beef or pork liver with a generous addition of butter. So I will make this pate today. Only I'll take the bird 's liver. I will also add butter to it. The oil must be of high quality. The liver, after roasting with onions and carrots, was passed through a meat grinder a couple of times to get a smooth, tender mass.
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. We prepare products that will be useful to us. I washed the liver, cut off the diapers, and cut it even smaller than it was in the package.
    We prepare products that will be useful to us. I washed the liver, cut off the diapers, and cut it even smaller than it was in the package.
  2. Onions and carrots I will grate using a combine on a grater, literally every vegetable for half a minute each. This will save me time and prevent me from crying after slicing the onion. In a frying pan, pour the oil, heat it and put the onion. Gilded it. Onions do not need to be fried too much, this will affect the taste of the pate. Next, put the carrots and tired the vegetables for 5 minutes on a low heat under the lid.
    Onions and carrots I will grate using a combine on a grater, literally every vegetable for half a minute each. This will save me time and prevent me from crying after slicing the onion. In a frying pan, pour the oil, heat it and put the onion. Gilded it. Onions do not need to be fried too much, this will affect the taste of the pate. Next, put the carrots and tired the vegetables for 5 minutes on a low heat under the lid.
  3. Liver turn. Stewed it with vegetables until the liquid evaporates and is ready for another 10 minutes . Salt and pepper to taste. Stirred. Done. Remove from the heat and put in the contents of the pan a generous piece of butter about 100 g. stir And let cool in order to transfer everything to the bowl of the combine for grinding to a smooth mass.
    Liver turn. Stewed it with vegetables until the liquid evaporates and is ready for another 10 minutes . Salt and pepper to taste. Stirred. Done. Remove from the heat and put in the contents of the pan a generous piece of butter about 100 g. stir And let cool in order to transfer everything to the bowl of the combine for grinding to a smooth mass.
  4. Crushed in 1 minute with the knives at the bottom in mode № 2. Just a wonderful consistency of pate turned out. If there is no combine, you can use a meat grinder or an immersion blender in this recipe.
    Crushed in 1 minute with the knives at the bottom in mode № 2. Just a wonderful consistency of pate turned out. If there is no combine, you can use a meat grinder or an immersion blender in this recipe.
  5. Form a pate I will roll in the center with butter. Now we need a large Board and a piece of food wrap the size of the Board. Spread the contents on the film and form a rectangle about 15X22 cm in size and ~ 1.5 cm in height. you Need to leave the free ends of the film on all sides ~ 5-6 cm on each side. It is very convenient to work with pate with a silicone spatula: to form a rectangle, to level it, and to spread it out of a mug. On the rectangle in the center, spread the entire length of the pieces of oil~1 cm high and~2 cm wide. Who likes and eats butter, then you can lay out chunks and thicker. That's enough for me now. Now we form a roll. Using a film, cover the oil first on one side, then on the other. Wrap in film, tie the ends and evenly stack the roll. (See the photo!)
    Form a pate I will roll in the center with butter. Now we need a large Board and a piece of food wrap the size of the Board. Spread the contents on the film and form a rectangle about 15X22 cm in size and ~ 1.5 cm in height. you Need to leave the free ends of the film on all sides ~ 5-6 cm on each side. It is very convenient to work with pate with a silicone spatula: to form a rectangle, to level it, and to spread it out of a mug. On the rectangle in the center, spread the entire length of the pieces of oil~1 cm high and~2 cm wide. Who likes and eats butter, then you can lay out chunks and thicker. That's enough for me now. Now we form a roll. Using a film, cover the oil first on one side, then on the other. Wrap in film, tie the ends and evenly stack the roll. (See the photo!)
  6. I immediately transferred the roll to the Board where I will put it in the refrigerator. It is very convenient for me, with a lid. I put the pate in the refrigerator in a film on a Board to solidify.
    I immediately transferred the roll to the Board where I will put it in the refrigerator. It is very convenient for me, with a lid. I put the pate in the refrigerator in a film on a Board to solidify.
  7. I made pate in the evening and took it out of the refrigerator in the morning. You can do it earlier, in 2-3 hours . It is important that it freezes and holds its shape for the holiday table. Removed the film easily. I'll leave the liver pate on the Board. After all, his right not to eat and I am very comfortable to put it in the fridge under cover, as well as convenient it on the Board to chop. You can find suitable beautiful dishes for the festive table pate.
    I made pate in the evening and took it out of the refrigerator in the morning. You can do it earlier, in 2-3 hours . It is important that it freezes and holds its shape for the holiday table. Removed the film easily. I'll leave the liver pate on the Board. After all, his right not to eat and I am very comfortable to put it in the fridge under cover, as well as convenient it on the Board to chop. You can find suitable beautiful dishes for the festive table pate.
  8. I served pate for Breakfast. To it I dried wheat bread in a toaster.
    I served pate for Breakfast. To it I dried wheat bread in a toaster.
  9. Spread pate on her toast. Bon appetit.
    Spread pate on her toast.  Bon appetit.

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