Chicken Liver Pâté​ - nobody would know it's organ meat!

People ate the whole animal, including its organs, for thousands of years. Unfortunately, we almost lost this tradition and, instead, eat exclusively muscle meat. And that’s a shame! Because animal internal organs are much more nutritious than muscle meat! Chicken Liver Pate is an easy and delicious way to add organ meats to your diet! And no one needs to know they are eating livers!

Health Benefits Of Chicken Liver

  • The liver is very high in vitamins A and B12, which are impossible to get from the plant kingdom. 
  • It’s loaded with Folate. Yes, Folate! You might think that green leafy vegetables are high in Folate (foliage, hence Folate), and that’s true. But liver contains about three times more Folate than kale or spinach!
  • Vitamin A is another essential vitamin you might think you get from vegetables high in beta-carotene. Although we indeed have the ability to convert beta-carotene into vitamin A, it takes our bodies an extra 13 enzymatic steps to do so. And there is no guarantee that your body does it efficiently! Vitamin A is very important for our vision, reproduction, lactation, and all the cells that undergo fast division (skin, lining of the intestine, fetus).
  • B12 plays a critical role in the functioning of the nervous system. We also need it for red blood cell formation and the metabolism of fat.

The picture shows me spreading the pâté on a slice of the Nutty Bread.

chicken liver pate

Chicken Liver Pâté


1 Tbsp olive oil
2 Tbsp butter
2 medium onions, chopped
1 Lb chicken livers
Salt and pepper to taste

  1. Saute onions in olive oil on low heat until soft and translucent. Don’t let them brown!
  2. Add chicken livers, mix well, and cover with a lid. Cook for about 10 minutes, stirring every 2-3 minutes and cutting the livers to check for doneness. You are looking for a soft and juicy texture without visible blood running.
  3. Add butter, salt, and pepper, combine well, and remove from the burner. Let cool for just a couple of minutes.
  4. In a food processor, pulse all the ingredients while they are still warm. Then, transfer to a mason jar or a serving bowl.
  5. Spread on your favorite crackers or the Nutty Bread.
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