Posted by: weezl74 | March 11, 2010

Bob’s lunchtime pate…

500g pigs liver
300g onion
Gia garlic (I used 10g, but you may like more/less)

Salt and pepper

110ml oil

dry fry onion, garlic and liver and all the juices from the liver pack adding a tablespoon water if you need to to stop it catching. do this for approx 5-10 mins untill the liver is browned, this will take longer if your liver is in large pieces to start off with. You can chop it finer if you like, but some people don’t like to handle liver.

when onions are soft and liver is brown, allow to cool, season and put in liquidiser, blitz for a minute or so and then drizzle in the oil, pulsing the blender a few times as you go. This should not be a stiff pate, as it will not be served with butter/spread underneath the pate, so you’re aiming for a soft spreadable consistency, runnier than dairylea, for example.

enjoy!

make once in the month- allow 50g per person per meal

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  1. BASED ON A 40G SERVING:

    Short Information
    Values for one serving
    Energy 99.775 Cal
    Protein 7.162 g
    Fats 7.352 g
    Polyunsaturates 2.107 g
    Monosaturates 3.786 g
    Saturates 0.826 g
    Cholesterol 100.333 mg
    Carbohydrates 1.027 g

    Detailed Information
    Values for one serving
    Element Value
    Food energy (kcal) 99.775
    Protein (g) 7.162
    Fat (Total lipids)(g) 7.352
    Ash (g) 0.488
    Carbohydrate, by difference (g) 1.027
    Total dietary fiber (g) 0.018
    Sugar Total (g) 0.034
    Calcium (mg) 3.879
    Iron (mg) 7.775
    Magnesium (mg) 6.171
    Phosphorus (mg) 96.802
    Potassium (mg) 93.62
    Sodium (mg) 29.089
    Zinc (mg) 1.926
    Copper (mg) 0.227
    Manganese (mg) 0.122
    Selenium (mcg) 17.627
    Vitamin C (mg) 8.603
    Thiamin (mg) 0.095
    Riboflavin (mg) 1.002
    Niacin (mg) 5.104
    Pantothenic acid (mg) 2.22
    Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.236
    Folate (mcg) 70.813
    Folic acid (mcg) 0.00
    Food Folate (mcg) 70.813
    Folate DFE (mcg Dietary Folate equivalent) 70.813
    Vitamin B12 (mcg) 8.667
    Vitamin A_IU (IU) 7216.681
    Vitamin A_RAE (mcg retinol activity equivalents) 2167.333
    Retinol (mcg) 2167.333
    Vitamin E alpha-tocopherol (mg) 1.049
    Vitamin K ( phylloquinone) (mcg) 7.491
    Alpha-carotene (mcg) 0.00
    Beta-carotene (mcg) 0.007
    Beta-cryptoxanthin (mcg) 0.00
    Lycopene (mcg) 0.00
    Lutein+Zeazanthin (mcg) 0.139
    Saturated fatty acid (g) 0.826
    Monounsaturated fatty acids (g) 3.786
    Polyunsaturated fatty acids (g) 2.107
    Cholesterol (mg) 100.333


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