Chicken Liver Loaf with Eggs

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Chicken Liver Loaf with Eggs

This chicken liver recipe is now one made and thought by me, it is not a classic and exemplary romanian liver loaf(drob) but, I adapted it to our tastes, I simplified it and I tried to make it so that it is something dietetic. Chicken liver was very popular with children, who usually do not eat much chicken liver, but here being strained among more chicken they did not feel anything. If you do not have the possibility and desire to make a Lamb Meatloaf - Drob, or a Stuffed chicken liver loaf(without chicken meat), I propose the version with more meat, very tasty and effective.

By the way, you will notice that I put here in the recipe for chicken drumstick greens - lots of green onions and green garlic - I did not put dill and parsley but that already depends on your preferences. The amount of greens in this loaf is according to taste, so put it like any spice, as you like.


Chicken meat
1.5 kg
I used boneless chicken
Chicken liver
500 g
White onion
2 pieces
10 pieces
Green onions
5 pieces
lots of dill and parsley, to taste
Green garlic
2 pieces
Sunflower oil
50 ml
Salt and pepper
1 tsp
to taste

Step by step


Heat the oil well in a deep frying pan.


Cut the chicken into medium pieces and put it in the pan to cook.


Leave and stir periodically until nicely browned.


Then add the onion cut into medium pieces, cook for another 10 minutes.


Then put the livers, stir and let it cook for another 10-15 minutes on medium heat.


Season with salt and pepper to taste.


Turn off the heat and let the meat cool completely.


Pass the meat, liver and onion through the meat grinder. I preferred to use the sieve with bigger holes from the shredder, but it also works with the normal one.


Boil 6 eggs, cool them and peel them.


Over the meat add finely chopped green onions, dill, parsley, optional and chopped green garlic.

We put 4 raw eggs, I think next time I will put about 2 more, as if the liver was softer.


Mix well, it would be easier and safer with your hands.


Take a cake tray of about 32x10cm and grease it well with oil.


Spread it with baking paper, notice that it will adhere better to the tray because I greased it with oil.


Grease the baking paper with a little more oil.


Put 1/3 of the meat in the pan, level well and press, so that the layer is about 1 cm thick.


Arrange boiled eggs over the meat.


Take about half of the remaining meat and distribute it on the side, next to the eggs, press well with your fingers so that there are no gaps in the back.


Place the rest of the meat on top and press / level it well.


Put in the oven for 30-35 minutes, to brown nicely, at 200 degrees.


Allow the dough to cool completely in the kitchen, then refrigerate for a few more hours.


After this time, turn the tray over on the bottom.


Set the tray and baking paper aside.


Portion pieces of medium thickness and serve.

He went great with a seasonal salad.

Good appetite!

Quantity: 3 kg (a piece of 32x10cm)
Prep time: 90 min
Difficulty: intermediate
Ready in: 60 min
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