Organ meat can feel a little strange to those who aren’t used to eating it, but it’s an excellent source of nutrition—especially liver! Broaden your horizons with any of these paleo liver recipes.
If you’re feeling a bit hesitant about trying organ meats for the first time, this recipe is an excellent first one to try. The bacon, leeks, kale, garlic, and chicken broth add lovely flavors to complement the liver and give you a low-stakes chance to give it a fair try.
Are you ready to appreciate liver for its full flavor and texture profile? Get ready to try this recipe. The chicken livers are fried in ghee, butter, or olive oil with rosemary salt until they’re deliciously crispy, and then they’re topped with a rosemary gravy made with ghee and chicken stock. You could also change up the herbs in this recipe.
This pate is easy and has a traditional, delicious taste. The best part is that you can make a large bath and freeze as much as you want to, so whenever you need a nutritional boost, you can defrost it! It’s made with oregano, yellow onion, and coconut milk (to replace the half and half).
This liver spread is so incredibly easy to make, which is why it’s a perfect first liver recipe for you to try. All you’ll need is onion, garlic, chicken livers, handfuls of fresh herbs, and plenty of ghee. The ghee and herbs give this spread a truly lovely flavor that balances the liver.
Okay, I’ve got you with this recipe title, right? I bet you’ve never had chili quite like this before. You’ll make it with grassfed ground beef, ground liver, tomatoes, raspberries, chili peppers, Italian squash (zucchini), garlic, paprika, and more.
These livers are seasoned with paprika, salt, black pepper, cayenne, garlic powder, dried oregano, and virgin coconut oil. And the best part? They’re breaded! Not with actual bread crumbs, of course, but with almond meal. They’re truly crispy and delicious, and maybe even kid-friendly.
This pate is made with just 6 ingredients and comes together in just a few ingredients. You can also freeze it in small portions! You’ll need coconut oil, bacon, chicken livers, garlic powder, dried thyme, and plenty of creamy and rich coconut milk.
8. Crispy Pastured Bacon and Liver With Onion Gravy
This recipe is inspired by the “traditional foods” movement and is made with pastured bacon, grassfed beef liver, pastured butter or ghee (or coconut oil), onion, garlic, tomato paste, bone broth, and seasonings.
This dish is a flavor party in your mouth with the savory flavors of onion and bacon, the lovely fat of ghee, and the fruitiness of white wine and apples. The meaty flavor of the beef liver is perfectly complemented by the dish’s other flavors and its elegant textures.
I know meatloaf sometimes gets a bad rap, but it doesn’t have to be that way. This one is made with unique ingredients like raw cacao powder (think mole sauce), almond flour, Dijon mustard, chipotle powder, and hidden secret liver for nutrition.