Rumaki

Total Time:
4 hr 30 min
Prep:
4 hr
Cook:
30 min

Yield:
24 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
  • 6 chicken livers, quartered
  • 12 slices bacon, halved crosswise
  • 12 water chestnuts, halved
  • 1 cup loosely packed light brown sugar
Directions

Marinate chicken livers and bacon in soy sauce 4 hours in refrigerator. Toward end of marinating period, preheat oven to 400 degrees. Skewer liver, chestnut, and bacon, and dip in brown sugar. Arrange rumaki on wire rack over shallow roasting pan and bake about 30 minutes, turning occasionally, until bacon is crisp.


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    I'm 31 and I have been making this exact recipe for almost 10 years now. I dont remember where I originally got the recipe from. It is always the appetizer that runs out first. I will be making it again this year for the holidays.
    Always a hit, but rarely seen at parties (which is why I like it). Grilling eliminates clean-up problems and gives it a nice flavor. A little teriyaki drizzled on the top before cooking adds another flavor hint. Love it!
    Yummy. Just did this tonight and it was a hit. I used brown sugar Splenda and turkey bacon in this recipe. Clean-up would be easier if you line your roasting pan with foil.
    Rumaki used to served as an appetizer at many places, but has sort of fallen into disfavor in recent years. As a result, many people under 40 have never tasted it, and they don't know what they are missing. Make this up using this recipe, and people will think you worked on it for hours, when in fact, it is minutes!
     

     
    I am not sure if turkey bacon would work as well as pork bacon, but I am going to give that a try to reduce the fat content a little.
    IF THIS RECIPE IS OFFERED FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, WHY IS IT NOT OFFERED TO BE SAVED TO THE RECIPE FILE? OR IS MY COMPUTER THE ONLY ONE THAT THIS OPTION DID NOT COME UP ON?
    I made this for some friends of mine and we all loved it. They want me to make it again, and i will. It was worth the time and effort. I also mixed the soy sauce and brown suger together to marinate.
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