Lamb liver is a traditional dish in Egypt that is often prepared during Eid al-Adha, the feast of sacrifice.

It is a rich source of protein, iron, vitamin A and vitamin B12. Lamb liver can be cooked in different ways, such as fried, grilled or stewed.

In this recipe, you will learn how to make fried lamb liver with onion, garlic, coriander and spices.

It is a simple and quick dish that can be served with bread, tahini sauce and salad. Enjoy!

Ingredients:

1- 500 g of lamb liver, cut into thin slices

2- 2 onions, sliced

3- 4 cloves of garlic, minced

4- 1/4 cup of chopped fresh coriander

5- 2 tablespoons of lemon juice

6- 2 teaspoons of salt

7- 1 teaspoon of black pepper

8- 1 teaspoon of cumin

9- 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric

10- 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon

11- 4 tablespoons of vegetable oil

12- Bread for serving

Directions:

1- In a large bowl, toss the liver slices with the lemon juice, salt, pepper, cumin, turmeric and cinnamon. Set aside for 15 minutes to marinate.

2- In a large skillet, heat the oil over medium-high heat and fry the onion slices until golden and soft, stirring occasionally. Transfer to a plate and keep warm.

3- In the same skillet, fry the garlic for a few seconds until fragrant, then add the liver slices and fry for about 10 minutes, turning once, until cooked through and browned on both sides. Sprinkle with the chopped coriander and stir to combine.

3- Serve the liver hot with the fried onion and bread. You can also serve it with tahini sauce and salad if you like.


Nutritional Information for the Recipe (per serving, assuming 4 servings):

1. Lamb Liver:

  - Calories: 500 g of lamb liver contains approximately 436 calories.

  - Carbohydrates: Negligible amount (liver is low in carbs).

  - Protein: Approximately 71g of protein.

  - Fat: Around 14g of fat.

  - Sodium: Approximately 236mg of sodium.


2. Onions:

  - Calories: About 44 calories for 2 onions.

  - Carbohydrates: Approximately 10g of carbs.

  - Protein: Approximately 1g of protein.

  - Fat: Negligible amount (very low in fat).

  - Sodium: Approximately 4mg of sodium.


3. Garlic:

  - Calories: About 17 calories for 4 cloves of garlic.

  - Carbohydrates: Approximately 4g of carbs.

  - Protein: Approximately 0.8g of protein.

  - Fat: Negligible amount (very low in fat).

  - Sodium: Approximately 4mg of sodium.


4. Fresh Coriander:

  - Calories: Approximately 1 calorie per tablespoon.

  - Carbohydrates: Approximately 0.1g of carbs per tablespoon.

  - Protein: Approximately 0.1g of protein per tablespoon.

  - Fat: Negligible amount (very low in fat).

  - Sodium: Approximately 1mg of sodium per tablespoon.


5. Lemon Juice:

  - Calories: Approximately 4 calories per tablespoon.

  - Carbohydrates: Approximately 1.3g of carbs per tablespoon.

  - Protein: Approximately 0.1g of protein per tablespoon.

  - Fat: Negligible amount (very low in fat).

  - Sodium: Approximately 1mg of sodium per tablespoon.


6. Vegetable Oil:

  - Calories: About 120 calories for 4 tablespoons of vegetable oil.

  - Carbohydrates: Negligible amount (oil is pure fat).

  - Protein: Negligible amount (very low in protein).

  - Fat: Approximately 14g of fat per tablespoon (56g total).

  - Sodium: Approximately 0mg of sodium.


7. Bread:

  - The nutritional values for bread can vary widely depending on the type (e.g., whole wheat, white, etc.) and brand. Assuming one slice of bread (around 25g):

   - Calories: Approximately 70-80 calories.

   - Carbohydrates: Around 15g of carbs.

   - Protein: Approximately 2-3g of protein.

   - Fat: Around 1g of fat.

   - Sodium: Approximately 150-200mg of sodium.

Please note that the above values are rough estimates and can vary based on specific brands and quantities used. It's always a good idea to check the nutritional information on the product labels for more accurate values.


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