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How to Cook Liver Pudding

By Joe Lewis ; Updated August 14, 2017

Liver pudding, also known as liver mush, is a delicacy of Southern cooking. You and your family or friends can enjoy it with eggs at breakfast or on a sandwich or crackers for a quick meal. Liver is also healthful. For example, a 3-oz. serving of pork liver contains over 300 percent of your daily recommended intake of the vitamin A and over 250 percent of your daily recommended intake of the vitamin B12.

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.

Add the pork liver, ground pork, ground allspice, salt, chopped onion and freshly ground pepper to a food processor and run until the mixture is slightly coarse.

Heat a cooking pan over medium heat. Add the butter and let it melt. Turn the heat to "Low" and stir in the all-purpose flour until the mixture is smooth. Add the milk and egg and stir the sauce until it is smooth.

Add the pork liver mixture, sauce and egg and stir thoroughly. Put the liver pudding in a mold and add the bay leaves on top of it. Place the mold in the oven and cook for one hour to one hour and 30 minutes. .

Refrigerate the liver pudding for two to three hours. Serve it with eggs or with wheel cheese on crackers

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