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How to Cook Liver Pudding

by
author image Joe Lewis
Joe Lewis started writing professionally in 2010 for various websites. He holds a Master of Science in nutrition and dietetics.
How to Cook Liver Pudding
Liver pudding, also known as liver mush, is a delicacy of Southern cooking. Photo Credit Anna Pustynnikova/iStock/Getty Images

Liver pudding, also known as liver mush, is a delicacy of Southern cooking. You and your family or friends can enjoy it with eggs at breakfast or on a sandwich or crackers for a quick meal. Liver is also healthful. For example, a 3-oz. serving of pork liver contains over 300 percent of your daily recommended intake of the vitamin A and over 250 percent of your daily recommended intake of the vitamin B12.

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

Add the pork liver, ground pork, ground allspice, salt, chopped onion and freshly ground pepper to a food processor and run until the mixture is slightly coarse.

Step 3

Heat a cooking pan over medium heat. Add the butter and let it melt. Turn the heat to "Low" and stir in the all-purpose flour until the mixture is smooth. Add the milk and egg and stir the sauce until it is smooth.

Step 4

Add the pork liver mixture, sauce and egg and stir thoroughly. Put the liver pudding in a mold and add the bay leaves on top of it. Place the mold in the oven and cook for one hour to one hour and 30 minutes. .

Step 5

Refrigerate the liver pudding for two to three hours. Serve it with eggs or with wheel cheese on crackers

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