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Green pilaf with liver

Green pilaf with liver

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Ingredients for Cooking Green Pilaf with Liver

  1. Rice-1000 to taste
  2. Beef liver - 300 g to taste
  3. Beef - 300 g to taste
  4. Salo-300g. taste
  5. Onion-3 pcs. taste
  6. Cilantro, dill, parsley - a large bunch to taste
  7. Vegetable oil 80-100 ml to taste
  8. Olive 30-50 ml to taste
  9. Salt to taste to taste
  10. Black pepper - 2 tsp. taste
  • Main ingredients: Beef, Liver, Lard, Rice, Greens
  • Serving 10 Servings
  • World Cuisine


cauldron, board, knife
Green pilaf with liver recipe

Cooking green pilaf with liver:

Step 1: Fig.

Soak the rice in warm water for one hour.

Step 2: the liver.

Rinse the liver, cut the film coarsely. Lower the liver into boiling water, remove as soon as it boils.

Step 3: Slicing.

Cut the liver into small cubes. Cut the meat into small cubes. Freeze a little fat and chop finely.

Step 4: Greens.

Chop greens.

Step 5: In the cauldron.

Pour 100 ml of vegetable oil into the cauldron and put the meat.

Step 6: As soon as the meat turns white.

As soon as the meat turns white, send the liver,

Step 7: then lard.

then lard (fry everything over high heat while constantly interfering)

Step 8: Add Salt

Add salt, pepper.

Step 9: Put the greens.

Put greens. Fry and stir.

Step 10: Pour in water.

Pour water and leave until it boils.

Step 11: Onion

Onion cut into half rings.

Step 12: Rinse the rice.

Rinse the rice in seven waters until the water becomes clear. Stir the onion with rice and add 50 ml of olive oil.

Step 13: Put the rice in portions.

Put rice in portions in a cauldron. Water should cover rice.

Step 14: When the water starts to boil.

When the water begins to boil, we begin to mix the pilaf well.

Step 15: The water has evaporated.

Water evaporated, cover, and on a very low fire we bring pilaf to readiness for 25 minutes.

Step 16: Bon appetit!