Eeeewww! Liver!

Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by WesternGal, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. :eek:I don't care if it is deer, elk or beef liver . . . everyone that hates liver, likes this recipe my ma came up with.

    First of all you put the cleaned/sliced liver in a pan of cold water and just bring to a boil. Shut off the fire. NOW LOOK AT THE WATER! Wouldn't you call that gross? :eek: Eeeewwww! Remove the liver by lifting it out of the yucky water with a fork or tongs . Do NOT pour the water off. Looking at the water, if you hadn't done this first step, you would have been eating all this crap you see in the water. You can go throw the water in the garden or let the dog drink it.:bleh:

    OK! Now roll your liver in flour, salt and pepper and place in large cast iron skillet preheated with small amount of oil. Add peeled cut into wedges potatoes, large sliced onion or two, add a cup or two of catsup and enough water to cover. Place lid on skillet and simmer for 2 to 2 1/2 hrs or so. Just keep checking to make sure you don't run out of liquid. This is a very good nutricious meal served with your favorite veggie and dinner roll.
  2. Appliancedude

    Appliancedude Well-Known Member

    I love liver. Don't care how its cooked. Drege it in floor and fry it, grill it, boiled (not as good but still edible). Best is making liver gravy from the pan fry dripping. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

  3. mjp28

    mjp28 Well-Known Member

    Dec 17, 2011
    anytown, OHIO
    We were out to eat with our neighbors the other day, discussing food, neighbor lady said she didn't like liver.

    I asked when did you eat it last? She said about 30 years ago.:confused:
    I kind of talked her into trying it again sometime.

    Well I said I love good liver done right! And it can be done many ways, grandma fried it with onions, butter and whatever in her cast iron skillet, mom used a pressure cooker, wife has her own recipes.

    Just give me liver with onions, the gravy poured over mashed potatoes and maybe lima beans.

    Mmmmmm. Looks like it's recipe time....but liver is pretty easy however you do it! ;)
  4. todd51

    todd51 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Mar 20, 2009
    Central, Ohio
    I love liver if you fix it and I don't have to. Way back when I had to slice up several beef livers and that just turned me off on the prep work but I still like it if I don't have to fix it.
  5. 1LoneWolf75

    1LoneWolf75 Active Member

    Apr 29, 2012
    Farson WY
    Re: yummmm! Liver!

    I prefer liver n onios over mased taters. gravy made in the pan with he liver n onions. I'm the only one at my house that likes it so I have to wait till Igo to the folks:(
  6. mjp28

    mjp28 Well-Known Member

    Dec 17, 2011
    anytown, OHIO
    Re: yummmm! Liver!

    Oh yeah, my favorite way to eat liver.

    Maybe you can make a deal you'll whip up a big bunch of mashed potatoes for everyone.....then get a small skillet and cook up your liver and onions?

    Might get a few converts if they try it your way. :)
  7. aa1911

    aa1911 Well-Known Member

    Dec 12, 2010
    Pacific Northwest
    used to eat the liver and loved some liver and onions but I give it away now to a buddy who likes it more than I do. After anatomy and physiology, kinda lost my desire to eat liver!

    the heart is the most delicious part I think; slice it, lightly flour and pan fry = delicious!

    liver = give to friend

    I guess I still do eat some liver, scrapple usually has liver in it. I'll bet the OP's recipe makes it pretty tasty though, sure sounds good.
  8. Does this mean because of your anatomy class you don't want to eat at my place when I sautee some nice fresh kidneys?
  9. carver

    carver Moderator Supporting Member

    The wife, and I both love liver! Once we were at a Sea Food Restaurant in Clear Water Beach, FL for a wedding anniversary. Open air table on the beach, sun going down on the horizon, real romantic, and the wife orders liver!
  10. mjp28

    mjp28 Well-Known Member

    Dec 17, 2011
    anytown, OHIO

    Or liver with fava beans and a fine chinati wine? :eek:
  11. aa1911

    aa1911 Well-Known Member

    Dec 12, 2010
    Pacific Northwest
    heart and skeletal muscle does it for me!

    I wouldn't turn down liver or kidney or whatever else if that's what dinner was, just not my first choice. In a survival situation I won't mind eating any part of the animal that doesn't have poo on it, hahaa!

    How 'bouts raccoon meat? It's quite delicious, if you've never tried, I highly recommend!

    I do remember when I was 6 years old, I lived with one of my aunts for almost a year and she owned a restaurant; when I first moved in, I ordered liver and onions every single night until about a week or so went by and my mom and aunt cut me off...
  12. mjp28

    mjp28 Well-Known Member

    Dec 17, 2011
    anytown, OHIO
    Well we're overrun with those pests in our neighborhood....I'd love to blast them if it were allowed!

    I guess you do like liver, and it's good for you.
  13. wv hillbilly

    wv hillbilly Well-Known Member

    May 20, 2012
    mountains of wv.
    yep nothing like sweet onions and liver
  14. skullfr

    skullfr New Member

    Jul 11, 2012
    It also works well in ordanance gel for weapon testing-use hog parts though.
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