Should chicken livers be soaked in milk?

Milder livers like chicken and duck liver don’t really need to be soaked at all. Secondly, how long should you soak beef liver in milk?

One inquiry we ran across in our research was “How to clean chicken liver before cooking?”.

Chicken livers are a cheap but nutritious type of meat. To prevent them from tasting bitter and to make sure they cook properly, it’s important to clean them correctly before you cook them. Soaking the livers in cold water and then removing any connective tissue will give you clean livers that are ready to cook.

½ lb chicken livers 225g1 shallot small1 clove garlic2 ½ tablespoon butter divided, 35g, room temperature¼ teaspoon fresh thyme leaves only, chopped2 tablespoon brandy.

The next thing we wanted the answer to was what is the best way to prepare liver for cooking?

First Secret you must know: An hour or two before dinner, place liver in a shallow bowl (or a ziplock bag) and cover with milk and refrigerate. Let soak as long as possible. This will remove much of the bitter taste from the meat.

How do you defrost liver without soaking it?

Instead of simply soaking liver in a bowl of cold water, I would use cold milk to defrost it. This hits two birds in one stone – one, it helps to thaw the liver, and two, it improves the flavor. What can be more practical than that?

If you plan on cooking liver at a later time, you should keep it in the freezer at zero degrees. Never leave it longer than 3 months in your freezer.

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