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    By Andreas Viestad

    Veal Liver with Mushrooms and Heather Honey

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    Veal liver is always treated as such a snobbish and urbane dish, the staple of classic French restaurants. When we visited a farmer who reared his cattle in the mountains and forest of eastern Norway, I wanted to try something different: To pair the liver with flavors of that environment. I made my own heather oil by adding blooming heather to neutral vegetable oil. After a few days the flavor is amazing. You can also use herb flowers, like sage and chives. The result is different, but delicious nonetheless.

    PREPARATION:

    • 1 Trim away fat and sinew from the liver.
    • 2 Combine flour and salt. Dredge the liver.
    • 3 Sear in butter in a large non-stickskillet for 2 minutes on each side. Add mushrooms and cream and cook until the sauce thickens. Add honey and heather oil. Stir in lingonberries, and serve.
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  • Veal liver is always treated as such a snobbish and urbane dish, the staple of classic French restaurants. When we visited a farmer who reared his cattle in the mountains and forest of eastern Norway, I wanted to try something different: To pair the liver with flavors of that environment. I made my own heather oil by adding blooming heather to neutral vegetable oil. After a few days the flavor is amazing. You can also use herb flowers, like sage and chives. The result is different, but delicious nonetheless.

    PREPARATION:

    • 1 Trim away fat and sinew from the liver.
    • 2 Combine flour and salt. Dredge the liver.
    • 3 Sear in butter in a large non-stickskillet for 2 minutes on each side. Add mushrooms and cream and cook until the sauce thickens. Add honey and heather oil. Stir in lingonberries, and serve.
    Print Friendly
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