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Food Video:How to Make Gizzard My Style

IMG_2203The weather in MN is finally HOT !  It hard to distinguish between spring and summer right now. You know I  leave in a state that has a SHADY weather with extra ATTITUDE. Lol !!! When it is cold here, it is extremely cold . And when it is hot , it is steaming HOTPOLIS. I just made up that word just now in my head .

Enjoy watching the video below on “How to make a peppered gizzard” for summer edible.

Chicken Gizzard is my number one go to during this season. It is quick to make and you can enjoy it with a cold drink . HA!

IMG_2210Ingredient

  • 500 g Chicken Gizzard (there might be less (g) in the market, I do not know ).
  • 1/2 or 1 Habanero Pepper
  • 1 or 2 Medium Onions
  •  knor OR Maggi
  • Thyme
  • Salt
  • Vegetable Oil
  • Toothpick to serve

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Direction

  • Wash your gizzard properly and pour it into a pot.  Add 1 medium size of sliced onions , 1/2 pepper, salt , thyme, and curry .
  • Cover the pot to let it cook for 20 mins or to the preferred texture (softer)  you desire.
  • Pour the cooked gizzard out into a sieve to drain away the liquid stock.
  • Pour vegetable oil into a smaller pot/saucepan . Heat the oil for 3-5 mins and then add onions to heat for another 3 mins.
  • Add the cooked gizzard into the steamed oil.  Stir it for 3 mins or more.
  • Add the sliced green bell pepper and red bell pepper .
  • Mix everything together until you are satisfied with the texture (some people like it more brown)  you desire. Then turn off your stove.
  • Serve with a Toothpick

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minnafropolis
 Modern Multicultural Minnesotans and Afrocomopolitians.

 Modern Multicultural Minnesotans and Afrocomopolitians.

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