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Breaded Chicken Liver Recipe


Rhia is a full-time psychometrician, a part-time secretary for PWD Cooperative, and an online seller and blogger.

Breaded chicken liver

Breaded chicken liver

It All Started When...

I had a craving for a chicken liver dish. Usually, I cook chicken liver as an adobo, but my son doesn't like it that way. So I searched online for a recipe that would satisfy my cravings—and that he would enjoy eating, as well.


  • 250g chicken liver
  • 1 small can or 1 cup milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1 package breading mix (or substitute flour mixed with garlic powder, pepper, and salt)
  • Cooking oil
  • Garlic cloves, chopped (optional)


  1. Wash the chicken liver. Drain excess water.
  2. Beat the egg. Add milk. Mix. Then soak the chicken liver in this mixture for a few minutes. (Or you may choose to soak the chicken liver in milk first for a few minutes, and then dip into beaten egg when you're ready to cook it.)
  3. One by one, coat the chicken liver in breading mix. I like a garlicky flavor, so I mixed it here before I coated the liver.
  4. Heat the oil in pan. Fry the coated chicken liver until golden brown.
  5. Drain excess oil as you remove each liver from the pan. Serve while hot and crispy.

As I was cooking this dish, I was thinking of other ways to prepare this recipe. I could probably mix the spices in the egg before coating it (if I don't use the prepared breading mix). I could also try using a sealed pouch to coat each liver evenly.

Finally, I found a way to prepare chicken liver that my son likes. He likes it best served with vinegar sauce (mixed with a pinch of sugar, salt, and ground pepper). I guess the garlic also helped to mask the unlikely (malansa) and bitter taste of the liver. He even consumed three-quarters of the dish I had prepared.

Try my recipe! Or do it your way and tell me what you think.

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