How to prepare liver and kidney sauce

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How to prepare liver and kidney sauce

Post by Tonia Alexandra » 28 Jul 2017, 08:06

LIVER AND KIDNEY SAUCE
INGREDIENTS:
1. 1/2 Cooking Spoon Vegetable Oil
2. 3 Tablespoons Soy Sauce
3. Yellow, green, red Sweet Peppers
4. Carrot
5. Spring onion
6. 1 Big Onion
7. 1/2 cup of water
8. Ginger
9. Garlic
10.Thyme
11.Curry Powder
12.Grounded cameroun pepper
13.Crayfish
14.Knorr Chicken Cubes
PREPARATIONS:
Wash the Liver and Kidney thoroughly to get rid of as much blood as you can. Add the Soy Sauce, pinch of grounded pepper, pinch of knorr cubes and mix thoroughly, then leave to marinate for 30 minutes in the fridge, then set aside.
Divide d veg. Oil in two's, pour the half veg.oil in a pot or pan, when the oil heats, pour in the diced Onions and fry for a minute, when the onion has soften transfer it in a plate and set aside.
In the same pot add d remaining oil. When it’s hot, add the washed Liver, Kidney, Thyme, Curry Powder, Knorr Cubes and Salt to Taste, then fry till it browns on all sides.
When it’s browned, add the 1 cup of water, blend ur crayfish, Ginger and Garlic together, add it and allow to cook till it’s fully cooked. This should take 7-8 minutes…
Now, add the grounded cameroun pepper, add the diced sweet pepper, carrot, spring onion, then pour the fried onions back into the pan, taste for salt, adjust if necessary, then cook for 2 minutes more…
Your Liver and Kidney Sauce is ready!

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Post by bookiegalke » 09 Aug 2017, 01:25

I will try out this recipe.
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Post by morde » 14 Aug 2017, 12:09

Wow! Simple recipe worth a shot

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Post by FNAWrite » 22 Aug 2017, 15:58

A few questions:

How much is a pinch of Knorr bouillon cubes? How many crayfish? (Use enough crayfish and leave out the liver and kidney sounds tasty too) How much of other ingredients that have no amount? Finally how much liver and kidneys?

I've actually cooked kidneys, hard to find these days my neck of the woods. Sounds interesting, why do you call it a sauce?

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Post by Judith berry » 03 Jan 2018, 01:36

:drool: so yummy, will try that someday! :lol: :lol:

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Post by David_92 » 03 Jan 2018, 02:37

I will try this recipe when I visit my mother next Christmas . I hope she will enjoy the food and eventually allow me to watch TV the whole day.

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Post by mandalee519 » 18 Jan 2018, 17:59

Just reading this recipe has me hungry! I think I might try this out on Sunday when I have some time to kill. Thanks for the recipe!

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Post by TaaraLynn » 03 Jul 2018, 10:06

Hmm, this is interesting. I'll get my mom to try the recipe and to eat it and see what she thinks. 😏
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Post by simplymica26 » 10 Jul 2018, 05:48

Interesting! I haven't tried cooking liver with curry powder. I always cooked them Adobo style. Cooked in soysauce and vinegar. Will try this recipe soon! Thank you!

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Post by Charlaigne » 22 Jul 2018, 21:32

Does this taste strong? Just wondering if it tastes of offal (I'd be happy to eat it, but my partner won't.)

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Post by Juliet Kenneth » 26 Jul 2018, 10:40

wooow! trying it out soon

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Post by jenjen06 » 26 Jul 2018, 15:49

:D this sounds good i have to try cooking it sometime

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