YB
BannerBanner

Making Lambs Livers palatable ?

Author
Dumbat
Pro-Member
  • Total Posts : 5214
  • Reward points: 10476
  • Joined: 2004/08/05 10:54:20
  • Location: warwickshire , United Kingdom
  • Status: offline
2014/12/11 11:21:27 (permalink)
USA DEALS

Making Lambs Livers palatable ?

Hi Any ideas on how to make lambs liver tasty or disguise to taste? .
 
Apart from blending it up and necking, it I have yet to find a way of making it palatable .

Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






#1

15 Replies Related Threads

    The_Lone_Wolf
    Moderator
    • Total Posts : 15112
    • Reward points: 5382
    • Joined: 2010/12/17 13:40:16
    • Location: South UK
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/11 11:28:28 (permalink)

    Bodybuilding Warehouse Rep.
    #2
    Dumbat
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 5214
    • Reward points: 10476
    • Joined: 2004/08/05 10:54:20
    • Location: warwickshire , United Kingdom
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/11 13:06:31 (permalink)
    Thanks I will look at that, needs to something that disguises the taste for me:
    Was put of Liver at school, being served up a grey lump of overcooked, dried out liver.
    But I realise that it is great source of bioavalable  B12 and many other nutrients.
    Pretty cheap protein as well .

    Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






    #3
    The_Lone_Wolf
    Moderator
    • Total Posts : 15112
    • Reward points: 5382
    • Joined: 2010/12/17 13:40:16
    • Location: South UK
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/11 13:23:39 (permalink)
    Offal is cheap but it has to be cooked well and right. Good luck mate, let me know how you get on.
     
    I like chicken livers, fry them in garlic butter with some seasoning and add as a side to a main meal. Cheap and full of goodness. 

    Bodybuilding Warehouse Rep.
    #4
    Blub2abs
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 1166
    • Reward points: 2105
    • Joined: 2013/01/29 17:17:49
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/11 13:35:24 (permalink)
    One of the few areas of cuisine I'm fairly well versed in.
     
    Either Mustard or Lemon Juice will remove most, if not all the 'rank' taste, I used to use both but maybe one was counteracting the other - try a marinade using one, then another using both, and see which works best.
     
    Obviously use a strong main flavouring to ensure as much of the rankness is overpowered.  I found I could never entirely eliminate it, but got it down to negligible/manageable levels.
    #5
    Dumbat
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 5214
    • Reward points: 10476
    • Joined: 2004/08/05 10:54:20
    • Location: warwickshire , United Kingdom
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/11 13:41:48 (permalink)
    Cheers Blub
     

    Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






    #6
    Kaneda
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 6368
    • Reward points: 8986
    • Joined: 2006/08/17 13:42:42
    • Location: Southern Fairy
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/11 13:57:14 (permalink)
    Marsala and cream - awesome (if you're bulking lol)

    Love me some offal.
    #7
    Dumbat
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 5214
    • Reward points: 10476
    • Joined: 2004/08/05 10:54:20
    • Location: warwickshire , United Kingdom
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 10:42:33 (permalink)
    Mmm... that sounds classy, Kaneda.
    Need to shift my arse and get cooking this week.

    Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






    #8
    alekan
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 93
    • Reward points: 1130
    • Joined: 2014/09/06 14:36:03
    • Location: Greece
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 11:04:48 (permalink)
    #9
    Dumbat
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 5214
    • Reward points: 10476
    • Joined: 2004/08/05 10:54:20
    • Location: warwickshire , United Kingdom
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 13:58:38 (permalink)
    Thanks Alekan have you tried those yourself?

    Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






    #10
    redwing
    Supplement Offers Regulator
    • Total Posts : 6580
    • Reward points: 6216
    • Joined: 2010/09/20 20:57:53
    • Location: Romford
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 14:03:51 (permalink)
    Try chicken livers . still as cheap but much much better taste . I do like lambs liver but for those who dont, give the chicken livers a go there completely different fry in some nandos hot sauce YUM :)
     
    Lambs liver , some caramelised onions ,bacon and gravy also very nice.



    MuscleTalk Supplement Deals Regulator
     
    #11
    crouchmagic
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 20
    • Reward points: 3220
    • Joined: 2011/09/18 16:27:16
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 14:11:40 (permalink)
    I fry lambs livers up with onions veg and some gravy - tastes good! Throw some bacon in too
    #12
    Dumbat
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 5214
    • Reward points: 10476
    • Joined: 2004/08/05 10:54:20
    • Location: warwickshire , United Kingdom
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 14:33:43 (permalink)
    Cheers, its just that I rashley bought a load of Lambs liver on a very good offer.
    The main reason for me is that they are a great source of Bio-available B vitamins and Iron.
    Going to try these recipes out as blending them up and necking them seems a bit uncouth; although effective.

    Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






    #13
    stinking_dylan
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 2873
    • Reward points: 8937
    • Joined: 2006/01/25 15:10:09
    • Location: Cardiff
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 15:24:32 (permalink)
    Blending liver, ew!!!
     
    One of my favourite foods.  What is it about the taste you don't like?
     
    Try stir frying with lots of onion, mushrooms, sun dried tomato and a bit of garlic and chilli.  Aubergine is also good.  You can also use it in a fajita recipe instead of chicken, just eat without the wraps if you don't need the carbs.
     
    Both recipes here;
    http://nuutrii.com/recipes/search/liver
     

    Lifter, bare foot runner and founder of nuutrii, a free recipe analyses tool for athletes.
    #14
    alekan
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 93
    • Reward points: 1130
    • Joined: 2014/09/06 14:36:03
    • Location: Greece
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 16:58:11 (permalink)
    Dumbat
    Thanks Alekan have you tried those yourself?


    Of course man, we make it every time that we have the opportunity.
     
    I think the secret for good liver, is to cook it by turning it many many times and leaving it to fry for a tiny amount of time at each turn.At least for beef liver, but IMO applies to lamb too.
    #15
    Dumbat
    Pro-Member
    • Total Posts : 5214
    • Reward points: 10476
    • Joined: 2004/08/05 10:54:20
    • Location: warwickshire , United Kingdom
    • Status: offline
    Re: Making Lambs Livers palatable ? 2014/12/16 17:05:22 (permalink)
    stinking_dylan
    Blending liver, ew!!!
     
    One of my favourite foods.  What is it about the taste you don't like?
     
    Try stir frying with lots of onion, mushrooms, sun dried tomato and a bit of garlic and chilli.  Aubergine is also good.  You can also use it in a fajita recipe instead of chicken, just eat without the wraps if you don't need the carbs.
     
    Both recipes here;
    http://nuutrii.com/recipes/search/liver
     


    Just tastes strong to me, as i said before I was put off the stuff having badly cooked liver given to me at school.
    I keep trying it out but always struggle to get it down, thanks for all the suggestions Guys I will let you know how I do with them.

    Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






    #16
    Jump to:
    ©2017 All content is copyright of MuscleTalk.co.uk and its use elsewhere is prohibited.
    (posting guidelines | privacy | advertise | earnings disclaimer | contact us | supported by)
    © 2017 APG vNext Commercial Version 5.5