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Offal-ly good devilled kidneys with star anise tomato


 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 1:05 am    Post subject: Offal-ly good devilled kidneys with star anise tomato Reply with quote

A classic meal, Devilled Kidneys, which has for some reason fallen out of fashion.
Traditionally served as a breakfast on toast - this is a meal for later in the day, this meal was served with simple polenta, star anise tomato and warm cucumber to start using up a glut in the garden.



Firstly - clean the kidneys and remove the external meniscus.

I did a youtube video showing this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djjQWXM2ZIo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djjQWXM2ZIo

Devil-ling the kidneys is as easy as pie.
You will need:
Two tablespoons of Mustard Powder
Two tablespoons of Goodall's liquid Yorkshire Relish -
Worcestershire sauce ( Lea & Perrins ideally) is a good alternative.
Salt and Pepper, season to taste.
Parsley to garnish.

Mix and chuck in with the kidneys in a bowl, stir well to coat.

This can be done up to 24 hours in advance.
On a grill pan or on skewers, grill each side for five minutes when ready to serve.

Sprinkle with copious amounts of parsley, serve on toast for breakfast, or be inventive for lunch / dinner.

As a very simple side veg with this - breakfast or lunch - star anise with tomato is a great combination.
The star anise really brings up the flavor of the tomato without in any way tainting it - I really recommend it as a side dish with fish as well.

Use cherry tomatoes or halved beef stake tomatoes.
Coat with olive or rapeseed oil, sprinkle with well crushed star anise and sea salt.
Bake low and slow for best results about 100C low in the oven.

More pictures etc as always at irishkitchengarden.com http://connemaracroft.blogspot.ie/2015/07/devilish-kidneys.html

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