Slow Cooker Liver and Onions Recipes

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February 10, 2014 Flag

Can liver, onions, and potatoes be cooked together in a crockpot?

By Kenny

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February 11, 20140 found this helpful
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Lazy Liver

1 pkg liver 1 stick butter/margarine 1 can cream mushroom soup

1.5 c water 2 beef bullion cubes 1 can milk/cream

1-2 onions sliced in rings

Put onions in crockpot. Put liver (still frozen) in crockpot. Add 2 beef bullion cubes, 1.5 c water, 1 stick butter or margarine, salt and pepper. Cook on high for 2.5-3 hours.

Mix milk/cream and soup , and pour over liver, stirring carefully to mix well with the liver stock. Cook 4 hours or more on low. I have not cooked potatoes with this, but if you cut the potatoes into thin slices or small cubes and put in first with the onions, I think it would work. You could also use frozen hash browns. Hope this helps.

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January 9, 20170 found this helpful

Awesome!

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September 9, 2011 Flag

Is there a slow cooker recipe with liver and onions?

By Sid from Leicestershire, UK

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September 10, 20110 found this helpful

I"googled"; crockpot liver and onions. There you will find how it's done.

Sounds really tasty too.Hope this helps you.

Keeper, N.C.USA

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September 13, 20110 found this helpful

Liver and onions only takes a few minutes to cook in a frying pan. Flour the liver, put in hot oil and cover with onions. Add salt and pepper. After a few minutes turn it over and cook a few minutes. Make sure your liver is sliced thin. Then pour a little water over to make a gravy and serve. All this takes no longer than 15 minutes.I am not sure how liver would taste if it was cooked all day.

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September 13, 20110 found this helpful

Liver needs to be cooked hot and fast! Slow in a cooker will make it come out tough.

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September 13, 20110 found this helpful

Here's a recipe i found on the internet,

Crockpot: Liver and Onions

I make mine very similar to TXteacher in the July 8th newsletter, however after I season and flour the liver I will quick fry it just until lightly browned in bacon grease. Then place in your crockpot, cover with a whole bunch of onions as they cook down to nothing.

I also like to add about 6 slices of crumbled bacon that has been fried crisp and sometimes a small can of sliced mushrooms if I have them on hand. Then add about a cup of water and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours. Tender and juicy

with its own gravy. You can add a bit more water if you want a thinner gravy just before serving.

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September 28, 20130 found this helpful

Male 60, I cooked liver and onions in slow cooker on low heat for 5 hrs with vegetables and served with Baby potatoes shallow fried in butter and covered in chopped Basel and Parsley. The wife said it was the best liver she had tasted. I cooked this for her Birthday which was today a nice surprise for her coming home from work.

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