Conventional beef liver pate

Conventional beef liver pate

Conventional beef liver pate

A traditional starter for every occasion is beef liver pate. Eating from nose to tail is unfamiliar ground for many people. But you definitely don’t want to miss this one of my simple keto meals!

Advantages of Consuming Organ Meats
Organs are very rich nutritional sources. For instance, liver has quite high health advantages!

You can typically find them for pretty reasonable costs (and occasionally even for free! ), as they are still comparatively undervalued.

Here are some suggestions to get you going.

Serve pate alongside:

only a spoon (my personal favorite)
sliced crispy bacon
fresh cucumber slices
sticks of celery (assuming no oxalate sensitivity)
baker’s potato chips
veggies grilled
Other fast and simple keto, low-carb snacks
One of my go-to keto appetizers for a gathering is liver pate.

Try this recipe for Dairy Free Ox Liver Pate if you want to cook without dairy.

Or perhaps you like chicken liver? If so, attempt this recipe for alcohol-free chicken liver pate (with Carnivore diet option).

Both novices and experts in the world of organ meat can enjoy this smooth, creamy cow liver pate. Your next meal might include an appetizer or a side dish.

INGREDIENTS

Beef liver, half a pound
split 6 tablespoons of butter
2 cloves of garlic, minced finely
Thyme, dry, in two tablespoons
Black pepper and 1/2 teaspoon of salt
Optional, and preferable raw, two tablespoons heavy whipped cream

INSTRUCTIONS

In a pan, melt 3 tablespoons of the butter. Garlic should be added and cooked for 3 to 4 minutes over medium-high heat until transparent.
Trim the liver’s connective tissue, then slice it into thin strips. Turn the heat up to high and add the beef liver. Add thyme, salt, and pepper to taste. 60 seconds on each side, sear the liver.
After 5 minutes of cooling, remove the liver from the heat. Place in a blender or food processor and purée until smooth. Add the remaining butter and cream while blending or puréeing (if using). If necessary, season with additional salt and pepper.

Remove the mixture from the blender after it has reached the desired smoothness, place it in ramekins or another glass container, and securely cover. To harden and let tastes to mingle, chill in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours or overnight (recommended).
Serve plain or with a spoon and cucumber, celery, or bacon.
HEALTH & MACROS
170 kilocalories
2g of carbohydrates
8g of protein
Fat: 15g
9g of saturated fat
141 mg of cholesterol
322 mg of sodium
118 milligrams of potassium
1g of fiber
1g of sugar
6811 IU of vitamin A
1 mg of vitamin C
12 mg. calcium
2 mg. iron