This keto-chopped liver recipe is a delicious and satisfying appetizer that is perfect for any occasion. It’s rich in flavor and sure to be a hit with everyone at the table.

Delicious and Satisfying Keto Chopped Liver Recipe

Get ready to elevate your appetizer game with this delicious and satisfying keto-chopped liver recipe! This keto-friendly version of a traditional Jewish dish is perfect for any occasion, including Jewish holidays and will keep you on track with your kosher dietary restrictions while still enjoying a comforting and nostalgic meal. With a simple and easy-to-follow recipe, this dish is perfect for keto and kosher foodies and sure to be a crowd-pleaser!

This keto-chopped liver recipe is a delicious and satisfying way to start any meal. Using only seven simple kosher food ingredients, this dish is ready in no time and will surely be a hit with everyone at the table. This comforting dish will give you all the flavor of traditional chopped liver without the extra carbohydrates in more classic recipes. This version is made with hard-boiled eggs, onion, and garlic.

This keto-chopped liver recipe is a delicious and satisfying appetizer that will have you and your guests coming back for more. This simple dish is made with only seven ingredients and is ready in no time, making it perfect for any occasion. The flavors combine to create a rich and savory taste without the added carbohydrates of traditional chopped liver recipes. The hard-boiled eggs and onion provide the bulk.

Kosher Ingredients List:

  • 1 lbs broiled chicken livers
  • 1 large onion, diced
  • 1/2 cup chicken or beef broth
  • 1/4 cup schmaltz (Chicken fat)
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  • In a large skillet over medium-high heat, sauté the diced onion in the schmaltz (Chicken fat) until softened and browned.
  • Add the broiled chicken livers to the skillet and sauté until golden browned on both sides.
  • Add the chicken or beef broth to the skillet and bring to a simmer.
  • Cook the broiled livers for 4 minutes
  • Remove the skillet from the heat and let it cool for a few minutes.
  • Transfer the cooked livers, onions, and broth to a food processor used for meat products. (not used for dairy products)
  • Add the hard-boiled eggs and pulse until the mixture is smooth and well combined.
  • Taste and adjust seasoning with salt and pepper as needed.
  • Serve chilled, and enjoy!

Always use the proper utensils.

Jews must also separate the utensils that come into contact with food. This means they must always have two sets of dishes, pots, silverware, frying pans, food processor towels, and scouring pads. The utensils should be color-coded or marked with stickers or tags to ensure everything is clear.

Note: This recipe is a keto adaptation, traditional chopped liver recipes might have added flour or sugar, and it may not be considered kosher. Please consult a kosher authority to ensure the formula is suitable for your dietary needs.

What Is Chopped Liver?

Kosher Chopped Liver is a traditional Jewish dish made from finely chopped or ground liver, usually chicken or beef liver, mixed with onions and sometimes hard-boiled eggs. The dish is seasoned with salt and pepper and often served as a spread on crackers or bread.
Kosher Chopped Liver is considered a staple in Jewish cuisine and is often served as an appetizer or side dish during holidays and special occasions. It is known for its rich, savory flavor and smooth, creamy texture. While the dish is traditionally made with liver, vegetarian versions are made with mushrooms, or other meat substitutes are also available.

* Raw livers, even from a kosher animal, are not inherently kosher. Click here to find more information about broiling a liver to make it kosher.

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What does ‘kosher’ mean?

Kosher is a Hebrew word that means “fit” or “proper.” In the context of Kosher food, it refers to the set of dietary laws observed by Jewish people. Kosher food is prepared and consumed according to these dietary laws outlined in the Jewish scriptures and oral tradition.
To be considered kosher, food must meet specific criteria. For example, certain animals, such as pigs and shellfish, are not considered kosher and cannot be consumed. Kosher Meat Products and Kosher dairy products cannot be mixed or cooked together, and all meat must be slaughtered in a specific way by a trained professional. Additionally, fruits and vegetables must be inspected for insects and other impurities.

Preparation time: 30 MinutesCooking time: 50 MinutesCalories: 750Serves: 10 People
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