Total Cook Time: 15-20 Minutes
Ingredients – Pate
- 200g Lamb Liver
- 50ml Crème Fraiche or Double/Heavy Cream
- 25g Butter
- 1 Small Onion
- 1 Clove of Garlic
Ingredients – Crackers
- 50g Purition BodyPro Pistachio or Almond flour
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- 2 Eggs
Directions – Pate
- Heat the 25g of butter in a frying pan, and chop up the liver into as small a pieces you can until the butter is melted. Slide the chopped liver into the pan along with the blood and fry for 3 minutes. Whilst that's frying chop up the small onion and garlic as finely as you can, and then throw it in and fry for a further 3-5 minutes. Leave to cool for 5 minutes.
- Once cooled put all the fried ingredients into a blender and add the 50ml crème fraiche or double/heavy cream to the mix and blitz until smooth.
- You can really add anything you like to this recipe but this is the foundation of a basic pate. In the photo above I added lambs heart to the mix and the day after I re-blended the pate with an avocado which was a great accompaniment to make this into a real nutrition bomb!
Directions – Crackers
- Crack the 2 eggs into a mixing bowl and whisk until yellow, then add and whisk the 50g of Purition BodyPro pistachio flavour or almond flour or any nut flour you like really until it's thoroughly mixed. I particularly like using Purition as it's a mix of lots of different nuts and seeds.
- Pour the mixture on to a microwaveable plate, ideally one with a raised edge so it doesn't spill. Once the mixture is spread evenly, pop it in the oven for 1 minute. If the mixture is hard enough grab a spatula and pry the newly formed pancake type creation from the plate and flip. Even if it's not put the plate back in for another minute. Flip the pancake type creation again and microwave for 5 minutes. After this see if it's dry enough to cut into crackers. If not put it back in the microwave for 1 minute at a time.
- This part of the recipe is exceedingly simple and you can in fact use it to make super quick low carb high fat and Paleo friendly pancakes or melba toast type creations. You can also vary the thickness of the creations by just pouring less on to the plate.
Directions – All Together
- Putting this all together is very simple and just requires you to put it all on a serving board, as the photo above. Feel free to add anything you wish, whether that be French brie or even a few blueberries if you like.
- All in all this is one heck of a nutrition bomb that will see you get liver, eggs, nuts, garlic and onion in one meal or snack!