The Liver Experiment Week 10: Liver on Polenta with a Ginger-Onion Confit

I am amazed to write this next sentence. Here we are at the 10th installment, the last recipe, of The Liver Experiment where I have tried to acquire a taste for liver. Over a 10 week period I have cooked, consumed and posted my experience once a week about trying to appreciate my food nemesis. I will have one final round-up post next week and I will dwelve more into what is was like, my challenges, victories and final thoughts. Today we stick with just the last recipe.

I had the hardest time settling on this last dish. I felt my online search for good liver recipes had been exhausted. I wanted this last post to be memorable but was loosing hope. Then I found THE recipe. I present you with a Liver on Polenta with a Ginger-Onion Confit, a masterpiece!

Liver on Polenta with a Ginger-Onion Confit 1

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Muhallabieh (Milk Pudding)

Are you looking for an exotic and light (on the calories) dessert that takes very little time to prepare? A favorite of mine is called Muhallabieh. It is a rose water flavored milk pudding which is quickly thickened with cornstarch. This is a very traditional Lebanese dessert but you will find it all over the Middle East; particularly in Syria, Jordan, Israel, Palestine and Egypt.

Muhallabieh 1

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Deep Fried Coke with Sour Cherries

The Behind the Curtain Dessert Challenge is all about baking and making sweets. Every month we are given two required ingredients to work with. This month it was Coca Cola and Cherry. Yep soda, pop, cola, coke. A though one indeed. Then inspiration struck. Let’s try the crazy sounding Deep Fried Coke that is served at fair and carnivals. And to complete the requirement I just tossed in some chopped cherries. The result are nice puffy beignets of Deep Fried Coke with Sour Cherries.

Deep Fried Coke with Sour Cherry

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