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Marty in the Morning Friday 29 November 2013



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Food with Neven Maguire.
You can find all of Neven's delicious recipes from the Marty in the Morning Friday programmes going back over the months, by clicking here.





Marty Meets Van Morrison in Belfast
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Neven's Recipies - Chicken Liver Pâté with Onion Jam.

Neven's Recipies - Chicken Liver Pâté with Onion Jam.

Chicken Liver Pâté with Onion Jam

I know how easy it is to buy pâté these days, but nothing tastes as good as homemade. This recipe can be prepared ahead and will keep for 3 to 4 days in the fridge. I love the contrast between the sweet onion jam and the savoury pâté.

Serves 6

400g (14oz) fresh chicken livers, trimmed
300ml (½ pint) milk
225g (8oz) unsalted butter, 3 shallots, finely chopped
1 garlic clove, crushed, ½ tsp chopped fresh thyme
1 tbsp port, 1 tbsp Madeira, 4 eggs
1 tbsp cream, toast triangles, to serve
lightly dressed salad leaves, to serve.

Onion jam:

25g (1oz) butter
2 red onions, thinly sliced
50g (2oz) light muscovado sugar
75ml (3fl oz) red win
3 tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

To make the pâté:

Soak the chicken livers in a bowl with the milk overnight in the fridge. Thenext day, drain off the milk and rinse the livers under cold running water, then dry thoroughly with kitchen paper. Heat a frying pan over a medium heat and add 25g (1oz) of the butter. Tip in the shallots, garlic and thyme and cook for a couple of minutes, until softened. Pour over the port and Madeira and cook for another minute to burn off the alcohol. Remove from the heat and leave to cool. Melt

75g (3oz) of the butter and set aside to cool a little.
Preheat the oven to 160°C (325°F/gas mark 3). Line a 450g (1lb) loaf tin with clingfilm (or you could use a Pyrex dish).
Purée the chicken livers in a food processor for about 3 minutes, until well blended. Add the shallot mixture and blend again for 30 seconds. Add the eggs, cream and melted butter through the feeder tube. Blend again briefly and then season generously.

Pass the chicken liver mixture through a sieve and pour into the lined loaf tin or Pyrex dish.

Cover tightly with tin foil and place in a roasting tin half filled with hot water (otherwise known as a bain marie). Place in the oven for about 1 hour, or until the pâté is set. Leave to cool and then put in the fridge for 1–2 hours to chill down, or overnight is best.

Melt the remaining 100g (4oz) butter in a small pan and then pour it into a jug. Leave to cool a little and settle. Pour a layer over the set chicken liver pâté, leaving behind any milky white sediment. This will preserve the pâté.

To make the onion jam, melt the butter in a heavy-based pan. Add the red onions, sugar, red wine, vinegar and soy sauce. Sauté for 5 minutes over a medium heat, tossing occasionally.

Sprinkle over 1 tablespoon of water, then reduce the temperature and cook gently for 25–30 minutes. The onions should make a soft, sticky, sweet and sour jam. Season to taste and leave to cool. Transfer to a bowl, then cover with clingfilm and chill until needed.

To serve, carefully remove the layer of butter that has preserved the pâté and then scoop out spoonfuls or cut into slices and arrange on plates with the onion jam, toast triangles and salad.




Below are some great gardening suggestions, tips and advice to help get you moving.
Gardening tips from listeners... winners of Spa Vouchers.

Monday 3rd October 
Ellen Delaney. Fornaught. Donoughmore. Cork
Marty. My gardening tip is to collect as many seeds as possible from your garden or others, ready for 
spring sowing. And marty the Magnificent Seven is the soundtrack to my youth in one channel land. Fabulous . 


Tuesday 4th October
Patrick Hagin-Meade,  Ballinteer, Dublin 16
Good morning Marty . 
My tip is get someone in to do the gardening and go for a good long walk.!

 

Wednesday 5th October
Eileen Murray. Main St. Baltinglass. Co. Wicklow.
Marty. Always use the water that you have boiled eggs in to water your house plants. They'll do exceptionally well. Try it. 

Thursday 6th October
Helen McMahon 
if you have a flowering dogwood shrub or shrubs (cornus) don't be tempted to prune. just now. leave them flourish and enjoy the light coloured floaty leaves adding colour and light to 
the garden...closer to December prune hard cutting long lengths of the vivid red branches..these branches are bendy and flexible (like your joints after using voltorol!) perfect for weaving into a 
circular shape..weaving the lengths into a plaited wreath add other bits painted pine cones ribbon ivy holly etc makes a perfect seasonal decoration or gift! will dry out but can be used for years.


Friday 7th October
Libby Ireton, Castletroy, Limerick
Marty. My gardening tip is to gather up all those fallen leaves into a black bag {or two} Sprinkle on some water, and tie it securely. Put it in a corner out of sight, and every few weeks shake the bags and turn over. This time next year open the bags and spread the Leaf mould compost on your garden! 
 


Walking & Winners of Spa Vouchers for the Voltarol Favourite walks promotion with Marty in September.

Music Played on the Show

07:00

Title: The Four Seasons: Spring (3rd Movement) Allegro

Performer(s): Vivaldi, Antonio

Duration: 4:26

07:05

Title: Soave Sia Il Vento

Performer(s): Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Duration: 3:39

07:09

Title: To A Wild Rose

Performer(s): Mcdowell, Edward Alexander

Duration: 2:34

07:14

Title: Little Women

Performer(s): Newman, Thomas

Duration: 4:25

07:22

Title: Breakfast On The Morning Tram

Performer(s): Ishiguro/Tomlinson

Duration: 6:09

07:33

Title: Here Comes The Sun

Performer(s): Harrison, George

Duration: 3:18

07:38

Title: Je Te Veux (Waltz)

Performer(s): Satie, Erik

Duration: 5:36

07:48

Title: Queen Of The Slipstream

Performer(s): Morrison, Van

Duration: 5:06

07:55

Title: Coro A Boca Cerrada (Humming Chorus)

Performer(s): Puccini, Giacomo

Duration: 3:20

08:03

Title: Una Furtiva Lagrima

Performer(s): Donizetti, Gaetano

Duration: 5:34

08:10

Title: Concerning Hobbits

Performer(s): Shore, Howard

Duration: 3:10

08:21

Title: Charade (Opening Titles)

Performer(s): Mancini, Henry

Duration: 2:25

08:24

Title: Che Gelida Manina From La Boh?Me

Performer(s): Puccini, Giacomo

Duration: 5:14

08:34

Title: Something

Performer(s): Harrison, George

Duration: 3:13

08:38

Title: Follow The Yellow Brick Road

Performer(s): Arlen, Harold/Harburg, E.Y. Yip

Duration: 1:04

08:40

Title: Hello Muddah Hello Fadduh

Performer(s): Ponchielli/Sherman

Duration: 3:03

08:44

Title: Theme From "A Summer Place"

Performer(s): Steiner, Max

Duration: 2:40

08:47

Title: Un Bel Di Vedremo

Performer(s): Puccini, Giacomo

Duration: 5:14

09:06

Title: How D'Ya Like Your Eggs In The Morning?

Performer(s): Brodsky/Cahn

Duration: 3:01

09:09

Title: Waltz From Coppelia

Performer(s): Delibes, Leo

Duration: 2:38

09:22

Title: Happy Birthday Variations

Performer(s): Williams, John

Duration: 5:23

09:39

Title: Mazurka In D Op33/2

Performer(s): Chopin, Frederic

Duration: 3:03

09:56

Title: Nessun Dorma

Performer(s): Puccini, Giacomo

Duration: 4:41

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