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  1. #11
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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    Cut into small strips and marinate overnight with some Asian flavours then stir fry with veggies like carrots or broccoli. Lots of Asian liver recipes on the Google machine. Nice change from Liver n Onions!

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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    How do you drain it properly?

    Both livers I cooked had too much bile left in, and I vomited both times.
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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    I don't drain it, but you can pump it near the main artery running into the Liver while running it under water. Also soaking it in Milk works. Do a Youtube search and you can find ways

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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    Just like the first post by Dannybuoy. Rinse well in cold water, 1/2" strips, milk, flour, onions, in a hot cast iron pan. Served with mashed spuds and corn. Fresh is best and don't over cook it.
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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    Over night in cold salty water before slicing and cooking.

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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Surrey Boy View Post
    How do you drain it properly?

    Both livers I cooked had too much bile left in, and I vomited both times.
    Liver shouldn't have bile in it. It should be full of blood and yes needs to be drained and cooled quickly. I always squeeze mine out as best I can

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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    We've always blanched the liver before coating and cooking....best to NOT over cook it and slow cook the onions in butter.

    The liver is usually the first part to be eaten, getting hungry just thinking about it.

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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    Post kill ritual for me is a feed of fried liver. Sliced thin, patted dry, salt and peppered, then seared in hot butter and served rare with caramelized onions. So simple and so good.
    People either love it or hate it. Most of the haters I know were forced to eat overcooked liver which can be kinda gross, so don't overcook it.

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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    Love it fried with onions and bacon or onions and peices of apple but I don't f**k it up with milk or marinade.

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    Re: Deer Liver preparation/recipe

    Soaking it in water always good to drain as much blood out of it as possible.
    I never salt liver till it's cooked, otherwise it will get tough.
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