Chicken Livers with Pomegranate Molasses
By Shewekar Elgharably • July 19, 2016
This chicken livers recipe is delicious and easy to prepare in less than 30 minutes. It works as a main dish for lunch or dinner or as part of a lavish weekend brunch for family or friends.
The smoothness of the livers combined with the pomegranate sweetness will remind you of your favorite Lebanese restaurant. Roll up your sleeves, toast your Baladi or Shami bread and make sure to dig in with all your heart!
- 1 kg chicken livers (large cuts) - كبد الدجاج
- 1 tablespoon ghee (OR 2 tablespoons olive oil) - سمن بلدي
- 1 onion (thinly sliced) - بصلة
- 1 green peppers (thinly sliced) - فلفل أخضر
- vinegar (for washing livers) - خل
- salt (for washing livers) - ملح
- 2 garlic cloves (crushed) - فصوص ثوم
- 3-4 tablespoon pomegranate molasses (good quality) - دبس رمان
- salt and pepper - ملح و فلفل
Step by step
- Wash chicken livers well with salted water and vinegar. Drain well.
- In a medium pan, melt ghee or heat olive oil and fry chicken livers on all sides until browned (about 3 minutes). Make sure the oil is hot, in order to prevent the liver from releasing its water (which doesn't allow it to fry). If it does release water, try to discard it.
- Add thinly sliced onions and colored peppers and sauté for about 10 minutes. When sauteed, stir in crushed garlic, salt and pepper.
- Then add pomegranate molasses and leave it to cook for 10 more minutes to thicken. Serve warm. You can serve it on a bed of seasoned yoghurt.
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