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Spicy Moroccan Chicken, Liver and Lamb Meatballs Recipe

Posted on 19th of February, 2012 by Lévana

Spicy Moroccan Chicken, Liver and Lamb Meatballs Recipe

I always loved this Sephardi dish I grew up with: In the finished dish the chicken breasts were diced, the chicken livers were whole and the lamb was shaped into meatballs. I made it and it was quite delicious but a little messy. When I recently asked my mother how she kept every item so neat and presentable, her “secret” was just too time consuming. Next time around, I ground everything and made meatballs with the whole mixture, and I found making the dish much more accessible and low maintenance, and every bit as delicious. You can save time further by buying the chicken livers broiled: make sure they are broiled properly, not all dried out: We want them tender and creamy!

Spicy Moroccan Chicken, Liver and Lamb Meatballs 

Ingredients:
4 cups water
2 teaspoons turmeric
2 tablespoons paprika
3 tablespoons olive oil
2 good pinches red pepper flakes, a little more if you like it hotter

1 pound ground lamb
1 pound chicken cutlets
1 pound broiled chicken livers
8 cloves garlic
2 eggs
1/2 cup warm water
ground pepper to taste

1 tablespoon cumin (goes in all the way at the end)
4 tablespoons minced parsley, for garnish

Instructions:

Bring the first set of ingredients to boil in a wide heavy pot. Process all meatballs ingredients until smooth. Transfer the ground mixture to a bowl. Form meatballs, and throw in the hot liquid as you shape them, using up the whole mixture. Reduce the flame to medium, and cook covered 30 minutes. Stir in the cumin and cook 5 more minutes. Check the liquid in the pot: If it is too thin, reduce on a high flame until thickened to the consistency of maple syrup. Transfer the meatballs and their sauce to a platter. Sprinkle with parsley. Serve hot.

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Filed under: Chicken Breast Recipes, Chicken Livers Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Lamb recipes, Meat Recipes, Moroccan Recipes, Recipes, Sephardi Recipes

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