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Light Turkey Liver Pate Appetizer Recipe
Try this liver snack, it is prepared in a steamer and it does not contain a drop of oil. This, of course, can not be called a pate in full, because, due to the lack of oil, there is no plasticity that is inherent in all pates. But those who are on a diet, sometimes do not have to choose much. In my opinion, this is a great alternative to the classic liver pate. Yes, and you can take a picnic with you, spread on bread or wholemeal bread.
Cook Time 90 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 90 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Turkey liver is a completely dietary product and can be included in the diet if you are on a diet. Wash the liver under water and dry it with a cloth.
    Turkey liver is a completely dietary product and can be included in the diet if you are on a diet.
Wash the liver under water and dry it with a cloth.
  2. Place the Turkey liver, onion, and garlic, which are randomly sliced, in the blender bowl. Add the raw egg, bran, salt, spices and milk.If you want a more savory taste, replace the milk with white wine.
    Place the Turkey liver, onion, and garlic, which are randomly sliced, in the blender bowl. Add the raw egg, bran, salt, spices and milk.If you want a more savory taste, replace the milk with white wine.
  3. Grind everything into a homogeneous mass.
    Grind everything into a homogeneous mass.
  4. You can cook in ceramic/glass molds or in regular cans. Pour the mass into the molds/ cans.But don't make my mistake - fill the molds 2/3 full, because the mass rises during cooking. I poured a lot and I had smudges when cooking.
    You can cook in ceramic/glass molds or in regular cans.
Pour the mass into the molds/ cans.But don't make my mistake - fill the molds 2/3 full, because the mass rises during cooking. I poured a lot and I had smudges when cooking.
  5. To prevent water from getting into the snack during cooking, close the cans tightly with foil.
    To prevent water from getting into the snack during cooking, close the cans tightly with foil.
  6. Cook in a steamer for 30-35 minutes. Focus on the color. The mass will turn from red-pink to grayish-brown.
    Cook in a steamer for 30-35 minutes. Focus on the color. The mass will turn from red-pink to grayish-brown.
  7. Remove the cans from the steamer, close the lid and put them in the refrigerator until completely cool. Very convenient: I prepared it in a jar, and took it with me to a picnic in the same jar.
    Remove the cans from the steamer, close the lid and put them in the refrigerator until completely cool. Very convenient: I prepared it in a jar, and took it with me to a picnic in the same jar.
  8. Bon appetit.
    Bon appetit.

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