Chicken Liver Pate' 2
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Chicken Liver Pate' 2
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:49:34 AM. Recipe ID 10945. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chicken liver pate' 2
 Categories: Appetizers, Medieval, Elizabethan
      Yield: 1 Cups
      1    Recipe
  How to make Livering Puddinges--Take the Liver of a Hogge, and give it
  three or fower waumes over the fier. The either grate it or choppe it
  verye small, and take a little grated bread and two egges well
  beaten, whites and all, and Currans, Nutmegges, Pepper, and Salte,
  and Hogges suet. --The Good Hous-wives Treasurie
  "Puddyng time" was any time that puddings were to be had, hence a
  time when one was in luck.  Well, it's pudding time for you: here is
  an easy, pleasantly spiced pate' made with chicken livers. It would
  be suitable as an hors d'oeuvre, appetizer, or luncheon entree.
  1 pound chicken livers 1 quart salted, boiling water 1 tablespoon
  bread crumbs 2 eggs, lightly beaten 3/4 teaspoon freshly grated
  nutmeg 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground pepper Salt to taste 1 tablespoon
  melted beef suet or rendered chicken fat 2 tablespoons currants
  Garnish: currants, bay leaves, whole-wheat toast
  1.  Plunge chicken livers into boiling water.  Cover and cook over
  medium heat for 10 minutes. 2. Drain livers. Push them through the
  fine blade of a food mill, or pound them into a paste with a mortar
  and pestle. 3. In a bowl, combine remaining ingredients. 4. Add
  mixture to ground liver, and stir to distribute evenly. 5. Place
  "pudding" in a small serving bowl and chill at least 2 hours. 6.
  Before serving, plant a few bay leaves in the "pudding", and scatter
  currants around them. 7. Serve with small squares of whole-wheat
  toast. Yield: 1 1/2 cups

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Recipe ID 10945 (Apr 03, 2005)

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