Chicken Liver Curry

If there are quotes that are so reflective, nobody can beat the beauty at which Rumi blends it all. The words and the phrases go on well with each other so well that the whole meaning of the phrase takes a different turnPin. Let’s take this quote that caught my attention a couple of days ago. The quote is so simple, yet very deep and profound. Actually speaking, the beauty of the heart is one which needs an additional insightful view, so that you are able to see it in another person. It is easy to appreciate beauty which is visible to the eyes but to cherish the beauty of the heart, it needs more than an eye to look into. It involves much more than the five sense organs to know how beautiful a person can be from the heart. And yes, while the beauty which catches the eye tends to fade with age, the beauty of the heart stays, in fact grows much more beautiful as it ages… think about it…

 

Off to the recipe of the day, since I posted the Chicken Liver Roast sometime back, I had a few comments of concern from my fellow blogger friends as to how unhealthy chicken liver can be compared to mutton liver, mainly because of the injections that are provided to chicken these days to quicken up their growth process. Seriously, it did make me feel quite jittery that we have reduced our chicken liver consumption a lot. As soon as I read the comments, I had a little discussion with umma and she was all the more worried. Now, having chicken liver is something very rare. This curry was prepared sometime back to finish off one lone pack of liver in the fridge. Since the curry turned out quite good, I thought of posting it here for my records in case if I make it again or for others, who may be on a look out for finishing off their stock of chicken liver… either way, it helps, right? 😉

 

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Chicken Liver Curry

Course Curry
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 4
Author Rafeeda

Ingredients

  • 400 gm chicken liver
  • 1 tbsp oil
  • 1 large onion thinly sliced
  • 3 green chillies slit lenghtwise
  • 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
  • 70 gm packet tomato paste
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tbsp coriander powder
  • 1 tsp pepper powder
  • 1/2 tsp garam masala
  • Salt to taste

Instructions

  • Clean the liver and set to drain.
  • Heat oil in a saucepan. Add in the onions and green chillies with a pinch of salt and saute till soft.
  • Add in the ginger garlic paste and the tomato paste and saute for around five minutes till the raw smell of the paste goes.
  • Now add in the masala powders and saute for at least 10 minutes, till the masala turn into a dark color.
  • Add in 1/2 cup of water (not more, as the liver will release water), the drained liver pieces and salt and cook with a closed lid on low to medium flame till the liver is soft and well cooked.
  • Garnish with curry leaves or coriander leaves and serve warm with chappathis!

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  1. I love chicken liver and gizzards. I like them fried. Very nice recipe.
    Thanks for sharing.

    1. thank u so much dear…

    1. thank u so much akka…

  2. I agree Raf on beauty within than what can be seen on the surface. But these days, many fall for the outer than the inner. I love chicken liver, deep fried till crispy and in curries too. But the limitation at home is that my other half does not eat chicken, so the liver does not appear.

    Lovely curry and its certainly my kind with the liver inside.

    1. thank u so much nava… always enjoy reading ur comments…

  3. Very healthy and yummy chicken liver curry.

    Cuisine Delights
    My Event-SPOTLIGHT:"Festive Treat" .

    1. thank u so much chandrani…

  4. Wow…I never tried any recipes with chicken lever…your dish it really tempting me to make one..!!

    1. thank u so much suja…

  5. yumm, I love chicken liver, your curry looks delicious!!

    1. thank u so much nammi…

  6. Really love chicken liver, though just don't like the others. This is really good. Never tried a gravy version though my mum maid it

    1. thank u so much shella…

  7. Me too reduced the use of chicken liver but your preparation really tempting..

    1. thank u so much resna…

  8. Chicken liver is my favorite but no one here likes it. I remember as a kid I would literally search the whole pot of curry just for this piece with the ladle…haven't had this for ages now:(

    1. i guess it's time to get some fresh and make it dear!!! 🙂

    1. thank u so much rita…

  9. my H is a gr8 fan for this liver, will try some time later!!!

    1. thank u so much sangeetha…

  10. i don't like live but ur pics is very inviting

    1. thank u so much babitha…

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