Chicken Liver Masala

Chicken liver masala

Chicken Liver Masala

Chicken liver masala

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Chicken

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By Sanjay K

Published On: 02 Sep 2002

Rating: 4
23 Votes, 13 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Clean the liver, remove all the skin and cut roughly into 1.5 cm pieces.

Step 2

Heat 2 tbsp oil over medium heat.

Step 3

Fry the onions and cinnamon, until the onions are soft.

Step 4

Add the potatoes, salt and stir-fry the potatoes for about 2 minutes.

Step 5

Add some water, cover the pan and simmer until the potatoes are tender.

Step 6

Heat the remaining oil over medium heat in a heavy bottomed wide pan.(A non-stick or cast iron pan is ideal as the liver needs to be stir fried over high heat.)

Step 7

Add the garlic and stir-fry for 30 sec.

Step 8

Add the spice paste, lower the heat and stir fry for about 2 minutes.

Step 9

Add half of the tomatoes, along with some of the juice, stir and cook for further 2-3 minutes, breaking the tomatoes with the spoon.

Step 10

When the mixture is fairly dry, add the liver and adjust heat to medium high.

Step 11

Stir-fry the liver for 3-4 minutes.

Step 12

Add the remaining tomatoes and the juice, stir-fry for 5-6 minutes.

Step 13

Cover the pan and simmer for about 8 minutes.

Step 14

Add the potatoes, green peas, green chillies and the remaining salt and cook for a minute or two.

Step 15

Adjust heat to medium and cook uncovered for further 5 minutes.

Step 16

Stir in the garam masala powder and remove from heat.

Step 17

:- Serve with plain fried rice or chapathis or rotis.

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Dave Rogers

This was my first "from scratch" Indian dinner prep (have used commercially available sauces before) and it was easy to prepare as well as delicious. We had some left over and look forward to having it for lunch today.

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Nazneen

I tried this recipe and it was awesome..my husband who loves meat but is quite particular about how it is cooked was all praises....Thanks for posting this.

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neethu

"hmmm lovely..." thats what my hubby told after having this dish..

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anne teller

I am a non-indian australian and i love indian food. Until now have not been brave enough to try to cook for myself. This recipe turned out brilliantly - praise from all round the table - including the cook!

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priya

I really enjoyed making this recipe. It tasted very good with both roti and rice. Easy to make and really great in taste. My room mates ate all of it and enjoyed it.

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rajeev

Excellent! thanks

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Kavie

This recipe is wonderful. I made this for my co-workers who spent time in Nepal, and they were shocked at its authenticity. This is truly one of the great recipe finds of this year for me.

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ann

it is very delicious.i tried it twicen both time it came out very tasty

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shyna

very delicious!my hubby just loved it.Thank u very much for the recipe.

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Leah Anand

Very good...made my variations in the quantity of masala as we like very spicy food. The previous comment of it being not good at all is crap. Its really good!

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Leah Ann

awesome recipe...cooked it for my hubby`s b`day and I know his taste. We love it

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sanjana

i hav tried it and it doesnt taste good at all

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Samudra

very gud recipe! i tried with mutton liver.......it was too gud

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