Liver Filet Potato Flour Crusted

Hey, we are finally back from our vacation and there will be a few great Colombian rites and recipes shared in short order…  Henry and I do thank you for all of your allegiance and support in 2011.

You know how much we love liver and how important it is to have at least once per week.

Before we share our new Colombian recipes,  we will share our new amazing way to cook liver,

Remember how incredibly healthy it is.  

  • 1/4 – 1/3 inch slices of raw organic liver filets (2 lbs for 4 people)
  • 1/4 cup of sweet potato flour
  • 2 lbs of calf liver
  • little sea salt
  • little black pepper
  • 2 tps coconut oil

Place all liver filets on a board, on paper towels, dry all liver filets on paper towels; Salt and pepper on one side.  Prepare new sheet with sweet potato flour lightly sprinkled with sea salt.

Heat pan non stick pan with coconut oil, on medium – 3/4 high.

Place liver into sweet potato flour and coat perfectly …. shake off extra…

Heat pan with coconut oil and place into pan on medium -3/4 high. (important and according  to our stove..please pay close attention..only needs to cook 1 -2 minutes a side…TOPS!!!

Your liver after its dried and salted and peppered on one side, dab into sweet potato flour, dab on each side t; o remove excess.

Place into medium-hot coconut oil 1 – 2 mins on one side, 30 seconds on the second since and serve.

This is a great dish, try it and tell us about it.  Jo n Henry

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7 Responses to Liver Filet Potato Flour Crusted

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  3. Blake says:

    Where do you get sweet potato flour?

    • Brian B. says:

      You can find it at higher-end chain grocers, like Giant Eagle Market District, but you’re better off looking at an ethnic grocer. Colombian or other South American might have it, given the intro to the post, but you could also try an Indian or any Asian rim country grocer – any of them will probably have great prices and a lot of paleo-friendly goods.

  4. I love liver but my wife is sceptical. It has to be breaded/crusted. This looks good and she may like it. I know I would!

  5. Tapioca flour, or more appropriately – cassava flour, is still produced and consumed in tropical countries where the cassava plant is indigenously grown.

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