How do i make a smooth liver pate without a blender or food processor?
- CrustyCurmudgeonLv 710 months agoFavourite answer
You're down to a Description mortar and pestle, that is not a bad choice. If you buy a set, you can also smoosh herbs, and some home cooks are credited with being able to make aioli in the thing. Oh, and if you're in to suffereing, you could probably use a box grater and a rolling pin and wax paper, but why?
- WOOWHOLv 710 months ago
How do i make a smooth liver PATE ... without a blender or food processor ... HUMAN LABOR .... with a Potatoes masher . then put it in a mold that resembles a BRAIN to serve at the Halloween party ..
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- IvaBLv 510 months ago
Perhaps you could use a coarse grate,followed by a fine mesh run through a food mill,or chop,cut up,or break up the liver with the pointy side of a kitchen mallet and then push it through a strainer,or sieve.
- deniseLv 710 months ago
Smash the lightly cooked livers down with a fork, If your'e looking for a smoother pate, press it through it a nylon strainer/sieve.
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- Nikki PLv 710 months ago
mash it as best as you can then press it though a sieve. The problem will be if you are using onions, they are a bit difficult to get through the sieve. I would saute them, caramelize them until they are super soft and "jammy" they should go through just fine.
- alLv 510 months ago
Just buy Braunschweiger already made.
- 10 months ago
Or you can cover the liver with plastic wrap or parchment paper, and roll over it with a rolling pin. Or even mash it with a potato masher.
- wind_updollLv 710 months ago
It’s often hand mashed or smoothed with a hand mixer.
- Karen LLv 710 months ago
Use a food mill or a fine mesh strainer
- CaraLv 710 months ago
I don't think you can, or not satisfactorily. Get a blender!