#FoodTime: Kidney And Liver Sauce…
It’s food time!
This is the fourth recipe I’m sharing on the blog. So, I feel like it’s time to put a disclaimer out. “I’m not a food blogger or a chef, I just like to eat and to cook”. These cooking posts are my guide to passing off as a really awesome cook. No big deal here, I’m compiling a list of my favourite food bloggers and I will share with you very soon. Meanwhile, let’s enjoy this tasty Kidney and Liver Sauce.
I don’t know what part of the world this sauce comes from but I discovered it in the height of boredom. I like chopping things in the kitchen, it’s extremely therapeutic for me, one day we were preparing to make fried rice and we discovered that there was no turkey or chicken and you can’t have fried rice when there no big piece of chicken or turkey in it, so I just decided to make a sauce with the ingredients instead. And it has been a go-to sauce in my house ever since.
It’s pretty easy to make, this is what you’ll need.
A Very Sharp Knife
Liver and kidney (duh)
Tomato and pepper
1- Cut your liver and kidney into large chunks, put it in a pot with one seasoning cube, some onions and salt. Don’t add any water for like 2-3 minutes while it heats up, this will allow the kidney and liver swallow the salt and seasoning. When you see it drying up, add some water and then leave it to boil. You have to keep tasting to know when it’s soft enough. Depending on your quantity, 30 minutes should be okay. When it’s cooked, chop it up.
2- Now it’s time to chop your vegetables. I prefer to cut mine into cubes.
3- Blend your tomato, pepper and garlic. I like a rough consistency so, I use a manual blender. (And, there was no electricity, I could wait)
4- Pour some oil into your pot, let it heat up. Then, pour your blended tomatoes and let it fry.
5- It’s better to make this sauce in a non-stick pot. By now, the tomato paste has become thicker, put it on the lowest heat and add your salt, curry powder, thyme and a seasoning cube. Use your discretion here. Don’t forget the kidney and liver was boiled with salt so so try not to over do it with the tomato sauce.
6- Pour the carrots, green beans and the chopped liver and kidney into the sauce. Stir properly and let it soak in the juices of the tomato sauce. (Note, low heat from now on)
7- After 3-5mins on low heat, put the chopped spring onions and green pepper. Stir everything and take it off the heat.
8- And viola! You have a sexy sauce to eat with some sexy white rice and some sexy dodo(fried plantain)
What’s your go-to sauce or meal? If you do try this recipe, let me know how it goes, and send me pictures!
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