[caption id="attachment_3450" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Liver Masala"][/caption] Liver masala is quite a popular dish in dhabas and restaurants especially to have with drinks. A mixture of spices and liver together combined and nicely coated to make a nice dry dish.
Liver especially the Goat’s liver is considered to be a good source of Vitamin A and a good remedy for night blindness but for those with cholesterol should reduce liver consumption as its high in cholesterol. As liver is bitter in flavor soak the liver pieces in milk for 30 mins to remove the bitterness.
While cooking the liver you need to be careful that it should not be over cooked. Liver and shrimp have the same quality of meat in a way that they need to be cooked just right. If you over cook then they would become tough and rubbery.
To prepare the Liver masala, firstly soak the liver pieces in milk for 30 mins and then throw away the milk and wash the liver thoroughly and put it in a bowl. To this add red chilli powder, salt, ginger garlic paste, and little oil and mix nicely. Take a nonstick pan and put the marinated liver pieces and sauté for 5 mins till all the moisture dries off and the liver slightly gets a golden color and transfer it to another plate. In the same pan add oil, whole garam masala (cardamom, clove and cinnamon), chopped onions and sauté. Add salt. When the onion turn slightly golden color add ginger garlic paste, pinch of turmeric, chilli pd, coriander pd, coconut pd and mix, add little water and let masala cook on a slow flame for 10 mins. Once done the masala oozes oil then add the liver pieces and mix thoroughly cover and cook for 2 mins. Remove the lid and add garam masala powder, chopped coriander leave and little lemon juice mix and switch off the flame. When you eat a piece of liver masala it should just melt away in your mouth, that’s when the liver masala is perfectly done. It’s a nice spicy dry dish. Liver masala is also popularly called as Kaleji fry (liver fry) in hindi.
Liver is excellent for women during menstrual cycle as liver is a very good source of vitamin A and Goat liver can replenish the blood, tonify the liver and improve eyesight. Lamb liver is a great source of protein. One serving contains 23 g of protein, which is 46 percent of the recommended daily amount. One serving of liver also has 46 percent of your daily recommended amount of iron.
Liver contains a considerable amount of fat. One 4-oz. serving has 6 g of fat, which almost 10 percent of your daily recommended amount of fat. Those who have cholesterol concerns should avoid lamb liver. One serving of lamb liver contains 419 mg of cholesterol, which is 140 percent of your daily recommended allowance of cholesterol.
Take a bowl add live pieces into it add some milk to it and soak for 30min and then wash it with water, then add pinch of red chilli powder,salt,oil,ginger garlic past and mix it well.
Now take a nonstick pan add little oil then add the spices mixed liver pieces into it and saute them and let it cook for 5min and transfer it to another plate.
Take the same pan add oil, garama masalas, onions,ginger garlic paste,turmeric, mix them then add red chilli powder,coriander powder,coconut powder saute them add little water and let it cook for 5-10 min in very low flame.
Once masala is cooked add the cooked liver pieces into it and close with a lid cook for 2-3 min in slow flame.
After 3min remove the lid add some chopped coriander leaves if required lemon juice and serve.