Its no secret that I love chickyum (chicken) and I love it anyway I can get it. When Ma and I are pet sitting AKA cabin by the lake, she cooks for me. One quick meal that I love is chickyum gizzards and hearts.
These are a quick fix if you prepare them properly.
All you need is 3 things:
Pair of scissors
non stick pan
On left uncut gizzards and on right cut up gizzards
Ma uses scissors to cut the gizzards and hearts up into bite size pieces. It makes the meal much faster to cook and faster to cool after frying. Once you have them cut up, turn burner to medium high and saute gizzards. Ma doesn't use oil or salt since that adds to fat and sodium but if you don't have a non stick pan, a teaspoon of bacon grease or oil will do the trick.
Constantly move them around in the pan. Ma just shakes the pan back and forth to move them. When they are about half way done remove from heat. They will continue to cook in the pan but won't overcook.
Allow to cool a few minutes until you can pick them up and hold them without it burning your hands. I prefer my food warm but these are good cold too.
Serve them up. That is all there is to it. Takes about 15 minutes from the time you take them out of the package till they are ready to serve. Allow longer time for cooling. Since its cold here, we just set them outside for a minute or two and they are ready to eat.
*Disclaimer* Always wash hands and scissors thoroughly after handling or cutting raw meat. Adjust the temp of the pan to your stove settings. We use a electric stove while at the cabin but have gas at home. Never feed as soon as they come out of pan because they can burn your dogs mouth. Always allow to cool.
Welcome to Tuesday's Tails. Being the Spokesdog of the Owensboro Humane Society, I love to feature my fur friends in need of homes. I ask that you share with your friends the featured pets because you never know when the right person will see it and that pet will find their forever home.
DUKE is a sweet baby. He likes other dogs but doesn't seem to care for cats. DUKE is very gentle and would love to have a forever home. We think DUKE is about 5 years old. He has to have a large fenced in yard and be a inside doggie. DUKE is a calm, sweet gentle soul, and the person or family that has him forever will feel blessed.
He is a favorite at our Humane Society because of his good nature.
Ma says he has the best neck to to hug
and he loves the attention.
-Neutered -Heartworm Negative -Up-to-date on all shots -Rabies -Deflead -Dewormed So very healthy and needs no vetting. Microchipping is required with this animal. Please inquire-lifelong registry for $25.00
Do you qualify to adopt DUKE!!!? -Inside dog -Fenced in yard -Good vet records or willing to make them
Call us for more information or email me (270) 302-6813
Open 7 days a week from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. cst
Owensboro Humane Society 3101 W. 2nd Street Owensboro, Kentucky 42301