I'm strict paleo and i make my own liver pate. But because i cant spread it on a cracker or toast, i have been eating it on carrot slices. I'm wondering what else it can be heaped onto that is also good?
Spread on celery sticks.
Smeared on nori and rolled up.
Straight off of a butter knife (my go to fave, and amazing with a little red wine as a palate cleanser).
Plantain, potato chips or Mary's Gone crackers to scoop it.
I've tried kale chips but they were too delicate and either just bent, or shattered into a million pieces.
I haven't tried it yet, but someday I'd like to try it with baked parmesan chips.
I pound out a chicken breast, then stuff it with the pate and some sauteed spinach, or cale or collards, or chard and then roll it up and wrap the whole thing in bacon, and then bake in the oven (350 for 45 min) delicious!
I also make my own pate, with lamb liver, yum!
~ On cucumber/carrot/celery slices
~ Cut the cucumber lengthwise then scoop out all the seeds. Fill the gutter with pate = easy light lunch snack thing
~ As an omelette filling - smear inside before folding over
~ Wrap teaspoonfuls in sturdy lettuce leaves to form "parcels"
~ Just eaten alongside a good steak - smear on each piece of steak like a thick sauce as you eat
I slice cheddar cheese really thin with one of these
and spread it on the cheese.
I'm still getting myself used to the taste of liver, so when I first started I'd even put a little bit of this chipotle-bacon jam on top to mask the taste further.
I just discovered my new favorite sandwich: Take one sheet of Seasnax seaweed, spread on duck rilettes. Take another, spread on pate. Squish together to make a sandwich. F#@#^@*&ing delicious IMHO.
Celery sticks for me. The channel is perfect for filling with pate and once you've done that, the pate piles up nicely even further. I always seem to run out of pate though, before I run out of celery...funny that!