Advice 1: How to cook chicken hearts

Chicken hearts is healthy, nutritious and delicious by-product. They are cheaper than meat, but in nutritional value and taste does not concede to it. This byproduct can be cooked first and second courses, and even salads. If you are short of time but want something hot and hearty, roasted chicken hearts – the best way out.
How to cook chicken hearts
You will need
    • For roast chicken hearts
    • 500 g chicken hearts;
    • 1 onion;
    • 1 carrot;
    • 1/2 Cup of vegetable oil;
    • 1 Cup of water.
    • For spicy fried hearts
    • 500 g chicken hearts;
    • 1 carrot;
    • 1 onion;
    • 1 sweet pepper;
    • 3 cloves of garlic;
    • 1/2 Cup of vegetable oil;
    • 1/2 teaspoon crushed chili peppers.
Instruction
1
Roast chicken heartscompletely Defrost chicken hearts. Rinse thoroughly under running water. Remove the thin transparent film. Heat the pan with vegetable oil and place the hearts. Fry for 5-7 minutes. When the hearts formed a crust, pour half a Cup of water and simmer for 15-20 minutes, stirring regularly. Ensure that the hearts should not be burnt. Time to add some water if it evaporates quickly.
2
Peel the onions and carrots and cut into thin half-rings. After the water from the pan almost all evaporated, add 2 tablespoons of butter and pour into the pan of vegetables. Stir and cook another 5-7 minutes. Season with salt, add seasonings to taste. With chicken hearts, goes well with curry. Remove from heat and serve hot. For a side dish you can serve pasta, white rice, and fresh vegetables.
3
Carefully setacceptmode spicy fried chicken hearts, remove the tape and cut it into two parts. If the hearts are large, then into four parts. Pour in boiling salted water. Cook over moderate heat for half an hour.
4
Peel onions, carrots, sweet bell pepper and garlic until the hearts are cooked. Cut the vegetables in small cubes or strips. Preheat a deep frying pan butter and pour all vegetables except garlic. Cook over high heat, stirring constantly, for 5-7 minutes.
5
Remove the pan from the hearts from the heat and drain all the water. Pour the boiled hearts on a clean, dry towel and let them dry for about 5 minutes. Pour the dried hearts in the pan with the vegetables. Add salt, ground red chili pepper and chopped garlic. Stir and fry for 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat, cover and allow to stand for about 10 minutes. Serve as a garnish to roast boiled potatoes or any porridge.

Advice 2: How useful chicken hearts

Along with such meats as pork, beef and chicken, in great demand products. For example, chicken hearts – a favorite dish of gourmets. They can fry, boil, bake, braise, add to soups or salads. But the main chicken hearts is not only delicious, but also very good for health
How useful chicken hearts
Instruction
1
The composition of chicken hearts contains a complex of vitamins of group b, PP and A. in addition, this byproduct contains are indispensable to human body substances, such as magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, iron and copper. Rich chicken hearts, and proteins as well as amino acids. It is worth noting that chicken hearts are very useful for anemia. This is due to the high concentration of chemical elements in their composition, which contribute to krovetvornuu and saturation of blood hemoglobin. It is recommended to include in your diet the by-product of those who have cardiovascular diseases or disorders of the nervous system, as well as people who are restoring power after any injury or surgery.
2
Another unique property of chicken hearts is that they contain magnesium and sodium, and these components, in turn, is able to regulate blood pressure and fight insomnia. Useful amino acids, which are also present in this byproduct, normalize blood sugar levels and enhance the synthesis of hemoglobin. Additionally, the hearts rich in lysine (promotes the production of enzymes and hormones), methionine, isoleucine, and leucine.
3
Not to mention the antiviral activity of chicken hearts, and that they help build new muscle tissue is a unique source of energy. In order to increase muscle tone, improve brain activity and make the skin more elastic, it is recommended to systematically (but not more often 2-3 times a week) to eat chicken hearts. Especially, contra-indications this product does not have, with the exception, perhaps, of individual intolerance.
4
If we talk about calories, chicken hearts contain approximately 158-160 kcal per 100 g. That's why they are very useful for those who suffer from exhaustion or loss of health after a serious illness. This byproduct is quickly and easily absorbed and also contains a huge amount of protein.
5
Today chicken hearts are sold as frozen and chilled. Thaw they should not at room temperature, and optionally in the fridge (the bottom shelf). Before cooking, thoroughly wash the hearts under cold running water. In addition, it is worth considering that this product needs to be fresh or is use can be cause some serious injury. The production date and shelf life, usually specified on the package of chicken hearts.
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