Ingredients for cooking a liver souffle in a multicooker
- Chicken liver 800 grams
- Onion 2 pieces (large)
- Eggs 3 pieces
- Baking powder for dough 1 teaspoon with a slide
- Cream 100-120 milliliters
- Wheat flour 80 grams
- Ground black pepper (or a mixture of peppers) to taste
- Salt to taste
- Chicken seasoning to taste (optional)
- Butter for greasing the bowl
- Key Ingredients
- Serving 6 servings
Slow cooker, blender or meat grinder, mixer, kitchen knife, cutting board, disposable paper towels, tablespoon, deep plate.
Cooking liver souffle in a slow cooker:
Step 1: prepare the liver.
We’ll prepare the liver, I took the chicken, because the souffle from it turns out more tender, and also it is less fat in itself than pork or beef.
First, I always defrost the liver and examine it well, it must be cleaned and the gall bladder removed, otherwise the liver will be bitter.
The cleaned offal must be thoroughly washed with running water, and then dried with disposable paper towels.
Step 2: prepare the onion.
Peel the onions and cut them into small pieces, just so that later it would be convenient to roll them in a meat grinder or grind them in a blender.
Step 3: grind the liver.
Grind the chicken liver with a meat grinder or blender if you have enough power.
It should be an almost liquid mass. Add the onion slices into it and chop everything again.
Step 4: knead the mass for the liver souffle.
To the chicken liver chopped with onions, add wheat flour, a baking powder for the dough, pour in the cream and beat the chicken eggs. Using a mixer, mix everything well to get a fairly homogeneous mass of pale burgundy. Add salt and spices, mix again.
Step 5: bake a liver souffle in a slow cooker.
Lubricate the multicooker bowl with butter and put the previously prepared liver mass into it. Close the slow cooker, select the mode "Bakery products" and set the timer on it to 35-40 minutes. However, when the crock-pot rings fun, reporting that everything is ready, do not rush to open the appliance. Let the souffle stand inside 15-20 minutes and comes, then after opening it will not fall, remaining the same air.
Then the finished liver souffle will need to be carefully laid out from the slow cooker and served.
Step 6: serve the liver souffle.
Serve the liver souffle for lunch or dinner, having built any side dish to it to your taste, best of all something light, for example, a vegetable salad or simply chopped pickles. You can decorate the souffle with greens and sour cream, so that it looks even tastier on the table.
Enjoy your meal!
- Instead of chicken liver, you can use beef or pork, but then you will need to grind it in a meat grinder twice, otherwise the souffle will not turn out so tender.
- You can also add carrots to the liver souffle, which will make the dish even more nutritious.
- Some housewives first fry the onions until golden brown, and then knead it in the dough for the liver souffle.