How To Make Smooth Chicken Liver Pate In One Pan


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Welcome to how to make smooth chicken liver pate in one pan.

I will start by saying that I absolutely love chicken liver pate. I mean who doesn’t? The lovely flavours of chicken liver into a smooth pate that you can’t just have one spoonful of.

It is one of those British things that I can never really knock on the head. Plus, when I can go down to Makro (local cash and carry) and get a huge pack of chicken livers for just after 2 euros it is much cheaper to make my own chicken liver pate than to buy in some of the processed stuff.

This chicken liver pate recipe is actually my mums and she made some several years ago and it was so nice that I asked for the recipe.

It has since sat in my homemade recipe ebook for five years and we have made it several times.

Unlike many family recipes that we often end up changing this one always stays the same.

Though when I watch Dominic making it I swear he puts more butter in it than is in the recipe, just because of how nice it tastes but I can’t be sure.

If you are a pate lover and can get your hands on some chicken livers then I highly recommend this recipe.

Though you are likely to eat a lot of bread because when I have one slice of French bread with pate on, I have to have another and another. There is just no stopping me.

Thankfully I don’t have it that often otherwise there would be a lot of weight gain going on.

How To Make Smooth Chicken Liver Pate In One Pan

Welcome to how to make smooth chicken liver pate in one pan. I will start by saying that I absolutely love chicken liver pate. I mean who doesn’t? The lovely flavours of chicken liver into a smooth pate that you can’t just have one spoonful of.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time30 mins
Servings: 4
Calories: 394kcal

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Soak chicken livers in the milk. Remove sinew bits and dry the chicken livers on a tea towel or kitchen towel until they are completely dry.
  • Melt butter in your large pan and then sauté the livers and add the salt and pepper.
  • Add the brandy and carry on cooking the liver until lightly cooked. Drain the livers from the pan and set aside.
  • Reduce stock in the pan by half and add the garlic, yoghurt and the tomato puree.
  • Place the livers pack in the pan and using a hand blender, blend the mixture in the pan until you have smooth pate.
  • Test it to make sure it has enough garlic and brandy for your taste buds and then allow to cool.
  • Serve with French crusty bread.

Notes

This chicken liver pate can be frozen. So if you fancy making it in bulk and then you can freeze it in containers and then use it as you please.

Nutrition

Calories: 394kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 35g | Fat: 22g | Saturated Fat: 11g | Cholesterol: 723mg | Sodium: 256mg | Potassium: 477mg | Fiber: 0g | Sugar: 0g | Vitamin A: 22550IU | Vitamin C: 36.6mg | Calcium: 37mg | Iron: 18.1mg
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6 thoughts on “How To Make Smooth Chicken Liver Pate In One Pan”

    • Hi Lorna,

      The chicken livers come in 800g packs over here. I would not recommend using a hand blender because this can get very thick, unless you have a very powerful one so it would work well with thick foods.

      Thanks for your question ?

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  1. Oh I have never seen a recipe like this. I love, love, love liver. Not supposed to eat it, but i do because I feel wonderful the next day.
    Can’t wait to try yours.
    A shot of brandy is also great for cramps. Just a hint for the women. Then eat pate. Yum
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    • Thanks Sandy,

      Growing up in England it was the most popular appetizer that you had at dinner parties. Served with warm crusty bread it was always perfect. Its hard to get chicken livers here in Portugal but when I do I follow this recipe, which was passed on to me by my mum and Dominic has modified it a little.

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