06th April 2018
BEEF LIVER SOFTIE Source:The Midweek Sun

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BEEF LIVER SOFTIE INGREDIENTS 225g cooked beef liver Small bunch fresh chives 1 teaspoon lime rind grated 2 tablespoon lime juice 1 garlic clove peeled ½ cup plain yoghurt Salt and pepper 1 teaspoon lime zest to garnish Salt crackers METHOD Dice the liver and place in a food processor/ blender. Add the chives, lime rind, lemon juice and garlic, process lightly until minced. Alternatively, finely chop the liver, chives, garlic and place in a bowl. Mix gently with the lime rind and juice. Transfer the mixture into a bowl and mix with the plain yogurt. Season with salt and pepper to taste and leave to chill in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes. Transfer the softie to individual serving dishes and garnish with chives. Serve the beef liver softie with salt crackers. C

HEF’S TIP This softie can be equally successful with other kinds of minced, lean, cooked meat such as beef, pork and turkey. Alternatively, replace the beef liver with chicken and ham, peeled prawns, white crab meat, canned tuna in brine, drained. Remember that removing the skin from the poultry reduces the fat content to the dish. For more recipes and feedback, follow my Facebook page Food Radio .

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