Chicken liver in batter

Ingredients for making chicken liver in batter

  1. Chicken liver 300-350 grams
  2. Chicken egg 2 pieces
  3. Wheat flour optional
  4. Vegetable oil optional
  5. Salt to taste
  6. Ground black pepper to taste
  7. Chicken seasoning to taste
  • Main ingredients: Chicken, Eggs, Flour
  • Serving 2 servings


Frying pan, spatula, deep plate, flat dish, whisk, kitchen knife, cutting board, meat hammer, disposable paper towels.

Cooking chicken liver in batter:

Step 1: prepare the chicken liver.

Put the chicken liver out of the package and let it thaw and warm at room temperature. Rinse offal and dry with disposable paper towels.
Lay out the washed liver on a cutting board and lightly beat off with a meat hammer on both sides. Then sprinkle it with salt and pepper, as well as spices for chicken. Rub seasonings with your hands over the entire surface of the liver.

Step 2: roll the chicken liver in batter.

Pour the flour into a flat dish, and break the eggs deeper into the plate, salt, pepper and shake them with a whisk, turning into a homogeneous mass. Roll the chicken liver first with flour, then dip it in the eggs and proceed immediately to the next step.

Step 3: fry the chicken liver.

Heat a vegetable oil in a large frying pan, preferably odorless, and fry the chicken liver in it on both sides. Cook over medium heat, minimum 15 minutes, but not more 20 minutes. Whether the liver is fried from the inside can be checked by piercing it with a fork or the tip of a knife, the fluid leaked from the puncture must be transparent or not at all.
After you have fried the liver in batter, put it on disposable paper towels so that they absorb excess vegetable fat, and then proceed to serving the finished dish on the table.

Step 4: Serve the chicken liver in batter.

Chicken liver in batter tastes best right after cooking, as they say, with the heat of the heat. Serve it with any side dish that you like best, or you can just season it with fresh herbs, pour sauce and enjoy eating. Chicken liver is best served on the festive table along with onion rings, also fried in batter, and with spicy tomato sauce.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- Chicken seasoning can also be added to flour, and not directly rub the liver with it.

- When you acquire, and then chop the chicken liver, be careful. Some unscrupulous manufacturers can sometimes palm off your gall bladder, and if you accidentally damage it, you can say goodbye to a tasty and fragrant dish, since bile will make everything that gets bitter.

- Chicken liver, as well as beef and pork, goes well with onions and sour cream.