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Liver Pepper Roast | Kerala Restaurant Style Liver Pepper Roast Recipe | Kerala Style Chicken Liver Pepper Roast


Chicken Liver Pepper Roast With Step by Step Photos and Video. 

Liver pepper fry is a wonderful aromatic side dish from Kerala South India. . It's a spicy and wonderfully delicious dish with the rich flavours of freshly ground pepper powder, curry leaves, and coriander leaves.

    Liver is something that all non-vegetarians enjoy eating, whether it's chicken or mutton liver. In Kerala, the liver pepper fry is a popular restaurant meal. Although there is some debate over its adverse effects, it is still one of our  favorite dishes. 

    A magnificent blend of spices, coupled with the robust taste of freshly ground pepper powder, enters into this liver pepper fry. This dish is typically served with Kerala rice for lunch, but it's so delicious that you can have it for breakfast or dinner with chapati, porotta, or any other Kerala breakfast or dinner item.

    Is it healthier for humans to eat chicken liver?

    When discussing this topic, we should consider the benefits and drawbacks of liver consumption. We all know that liver is high in vitamin A, B12, and iron. Our blood hemoglobin level, skin and eye health, immunity, and other factors will all benefit from include chicken liver in our diet. However, because liver contains a large amount of cholesterol, eating no more than one or two table spoons of liver every week will not harm our health. Increased consumption of liver meals, on the other hand, may have negative consequences. 

    What are the negative consequences of taking liver dishes daily?

    Proteins, zinc, and vitamins A, D, E, and K are abundant in the liver. Even though all of these vitamins and minerals are necessary for our bodies, ingesting too much of them will cause them to be stored in the liver as fat soluble vitamins, and a slow rate of utilization of these vitamins by our body will result in alarming levels.

    How to Prepare the Liver for Cooking?

    The preparation of the liver is a crucial stage in removing its adverse effects. I'll show you how to do it the traditional way, which involves using vinegar or lemon juice. All the blood and other hazardous elements contained in the liver will be removed if the liver pieces are kept soaked in vinegar. After that, you can wash it with regular water and cook with it. Please see the step-by-step guide below for further information.

    Kerala Style Chicken Liver Pepper Fry - Professional tips

    1. Before using, rinse the liver with fresh water and vinegar. This aids in the removal of blood and other potentially toxic substances from the liver parts.
    2. The seductive flavor of freshly ground pepper powder pervades this pepper fry. Because pepper powder is the primary source of heat, no chilies are used in this dish.
    3. Here, a combination of shallots and large onions is utilized; you can replace any of these with the same quantity of another if needed.

    How to make Kerala style chicken liver pepper fry

    Liver Pepper Roast | Kerala Restaurant Style Liver Pepper Roast Recipe | How to Make Kerala Style Chicken Liver Pepper Roast

    Spicy and delicious South Indian chicken liver Fry

    Preparation time: 15 minutes | Cooking time: 30 minutes | Total time: 45 minutes


    • 1/2 Kg chicken liver
    • 1 small onion, peeled and finely chopped
    • 1/2 cup shallots, peeled and chopped
    • 1" piece of ginger, peeled and chopped
    • 6 to 7 garlic cloves, peeled and halved
    • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
    • 1 tsp Kashmiri red chili powder
    • 1 tsp coriander powder
    • 1 tbsp pepper powder or pepper powder to taste
    • 3/4 teaspoon garam masala
    • 3 dried red chilies
    • 3 tablespoon coconut bits
    • 1 medium spring of curry leaves
    • Handful of coriander leaves
    • 2 tbsp vinegar
    • 3 tbsp coconut oil
    • Salt to taste
    • 1/2 cup hot water

    Chicken liver pepper fry with step by step photos

    1. Cleaning the chicken liver pepper fry is the first step in the process. As previously said, it is a critical step in the preparation of chicken liver. Begin with Pouring two tablespoon of vinegar and coat it with you hands and set aside for ten minutes.

    2. Due to the seeping out of blood, the liver chunks would have a faint whitish shade after ten minutes.

    3. Set aside after thoroughly rinsing with fresh water until the water runs clear. Then slice the liver into bite-size pieces. You can choose the size, but don't go too small because the chicken liver has a soft texture and may mash up during cooking.

    4. We can now begin cooking by heating one thick-bottomed, wide-mouthed wok over high heat. Seasoning can begin once the wok has heated up. Pour 4 tablespoons coconut oil into the pan and wait for it to heat up.

    5. Put dried red chilies, curry leaves, and coconut chunks into the hot oil. 

    6. Reduce the heat to medium and sauté the coconut until it turns a light brown color.

    7. Put finely sliced onion, shallots, ginger and garlic. Cook until they are a dark brown color. Shallots are utilized to boost the flavor; however, you can use solely shallots for a superior flavor. If shallots aren't available in your area, large onions can be substituted.

    8. Reduce the heat to medium and continue to sauté until the onions are translucent. There's no need to caramelize the onion.

    9. Reduce the heat to low and stir in the spice powders such as turmeric, coriander and garam masala. Cook for one minute, or until the raw scent is gone. 

    10. Put in the liver pieces. 

    11. Mix well and pour one or two tablespoons of water if necessary.

    12. Add a tablespoon or two of pepper powder and a pinch of salt.

    13. Cover and cook on low heat until the liver pieces are tender and the liquid has drained completely.

    14. If there is any excess water, open the lid and wait for it to evaporate. After that, add freshly ground pepper and coriander leaves.

    15. Cover with a lid and turn off the burner. Set aside for a few minutes to let all of the tastes to meld together.

    16. Serve with rice, chapati, porotta, or your favorite lunch or supper meal. Enjoy.

    Happy cooking


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