Rubbery liver

I made liver and onions the other day. I followed the guy on YouTube’s instructions and they came out bloody so I cooked them more then they came out rubbery. Help. @ThePickinSkunk @ZombieMombie whats the best way to make liver?

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I have no idea. I don’t make it. Sorry.

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Oh. Ok.
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Soak it in milk overnight. If it’s rubbery you cooked it too long.

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Yeah you don’t want to over cook liver or it will come out rubbery

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Depending on how thin, you only cook 90 seconds on both sides.

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Does it hurt to have a little blood? I was afraid to leave any blood in it

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Blood cooks very quickly. If red juices were running out that’s okay. It’s really hard to cook perfectly. Most people overcook it. Soaking it in milk the night before helps it taste less mineraly and more tender.

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Thank you thank you :pray:!!! That helps!

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Yup! It was cooked too long. It is a it takes practice type of thing. Good thing it is pretty cheap.

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Cook it for a short time on a higher heat.

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https://www.simplybeefandlamb.co.uk/recipes/pan-cooked-lambs-liver-and-onions/

Coat with flour.

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Thank you very very :pray:

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The best way to avoid undercooked or rubbery liver is to never have liver! Yuck!

:face_vomiting: :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes: :rofl:

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You be nice now, or I’ll bust out my whips!!

:wink: :open_mouth:

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I don’t mind domination but I prefer dirty talk.
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You’re obviously not from the South. We country folk like liver. If you soak it in milk it helps.

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If you can get it calves liver is reckoned to be the best.It’s not cheap though. As a child/teenager I remember having liver and bacon casserole more than a few times,because that was way my dad liked liver.

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Never heard of liver with bacon. I bet it’s good

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