Ingredients

How to make it

  • In large skillet, cook bacon until crisp
  • Remove bacon, set aside
  • Mix flour and salt and pepper
  • Place flour mixture on a large plate and dredge liver
  • Place in fridge until ready to cook
  • Take half of bacon drippings and add to another large skillet
  • Heat to medium and add onions and cook until tender
  • In other skillet, heat bacon drippings on medium high heat
  • Add calves liver and cook a minute or 2 on each side
  • Plate and top with onions and bacon bits

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  • lovebreezy 5 years ago
    Yea baby, your talkin' my kind of delish. I was called "the liver lover" when I was a kid, begging more from everyone at the table.
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    gingerlea ate it and said...
    Grew up on this. Just wish hubby liked liver.
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  • fishtrippin 6 years ago
    I think the reason most people don't care for liver is because they over cook it, my mom cooked it til it was hard and tough. This recipe sounds great, Thanks.
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    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Yummy.
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  • irishiz 6 years ago
    Oh gosh - this one takes me back! My Mom always served onions and bacon with calves liver, like pat2me, in strips. I was the only kid that would eat it. Rarely get liver now since DH can't stand it. Sounds so good tho - maybe I'll just make it for myself next time he travels!
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    zanna ate it and said...
    Great post ,this is the way I fixed it.Its hard to find fresh but some frozen(better if soaked in milk for 30 min.) is better than none. You got my 5.
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    cheryilyn ate it and said...
    we have had liver this way forever, one skillet and served with mashed potatoes with onions on top.
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    chefjeb ate it and said...
    This was the way my mother did it and I do it also....fantastic and not overcooked. Biggest problem today is finding fresh calf liver, most of what I see is frozen, which is okay, but not like the fresh. Great post...makes me hungry.
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    pat2me ate it and said...
    This is just about the way I do mine....I leave the bacon in strips and only use one pan.(That lazy thing again)
    The liver has to be slightly pink in the middle like yours is cooked.
    Absolutely delicious.....!!!!!! I agree....a 5!!!
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    henrie ate it and said...
    Yep I agree, this would be fantastic fixed this way, love liver and onions, you have my 5 also, great post.
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    robertg ate it and said...
    This is a have to make,love liver anyway it's fixed.Thanks,you got my high 5...Bob
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  • jett2whit 6 years ago
    My mother would try to pull this off like it was steak!!! It would always smell so good, maybe it was the bacon. I always knew it could not possibly be steak. My husband loves liver and if he wants it, he has to fix it. I will sure tell him about this one. He thanks you!
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