If you love chicken liver pate, you can enjoy it as a tasty appetizer or a light dinner with a piece of crunchy ciabatta bread or a butter waffles. I make a chicken liver pate very often. It has became one of the most favorite appetizers in our family over the years. Light chicken liver pate is a great delicacy to serve and surprise your guests.
The preparation is very quick following my easy chicken liver pate recipe. It takes a little patience before you start making your chicken liver pate. It is important to rinse the chicken livers thoroughly in cold water and let them to soak in Port wine for half an hour at least.
This is a very light variation of chicken liver pate. Whipped cream, incorporated gently into it, makes the liver pate consistency fluffy, smooth and mousse like.
Once your chicken liver pate is ready, it needs to be chilled. You can store your chicken liver pate in large bowl or divide it in between a small ramekins to make an individual servings. Cover with a plastic foil and let the chicken liver pate rest in the fridge for at least one hour before serving. Chicken liver pate can be made two days ahead and kept chilled and covered.
To serve, spread a chicken liver pate over the butter waffles or a crunchy ciabatta bread. Arrange on the serving plates and decorate with a canned cranberries. The combination of chicken liver pate and cranberries is delicious! Serve with a small garden salad if you prefer.
I hope you will enjoy making your easy chicken liver pate at home. Looking forward to receiving your comments below.