Chicken Liver Adobo

Chicken liver is a complete protein because it contains all of the essential amino acids, which are those that your body cannot produce.  Not only does chicken liver contain all nine of the essential amino acids, it also contains large amounts of many of these amino acids. According to the World Health Organization’s recommendations for a 175 lb. adult, one serving of chicken liver provides over 100 percent of the minimum daily requirement for phenylalanine. Phenylalanine assists in the production of dopamine and norepinephrine, which are neurotransmitters that affect mood and memory. One serving of chicken liver also provides more than 50 percent of the requirement for all other essential amino acids.Although liver is not particularly high in fat, it is very high in cholesterol. Liver can still make an occasional healthy addition to most people's diets as long as it is consumed in moderation, but people with certain health conditions should avoid consuming chicken liver.


Cooking Instructions for Chicken Liver Adobo


1/2 kilo chicken liver
1 medium size onion (cut in rings)
5 cloves garlic (minced)
1 tbsp cooking oil 
1/2 tsp whole black pepper
2 medium size red chili (minced)
1 tbsp soy sauce

How To Cook:

Heat oil in frying pan
Fry onion rings until translucent; set aside
Fry garlic
Stir in chicken liver and add the soy sauce.  Cook and stir occasionally for 3 min
Add the black pepper and red chili.  Cook for another 2 minutes
Turn off stove then stir in the onion rings
Serve hot

Serving size: 2-4

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