For some, frying up chicken hearts brings them back to family gathered around their grandparents table. Chicken hearts have a mild chicken flavor and do not taste or smell anything like liver, which some people find off-putting.
Did you know that organ meats are actually the most-nutrient dense part of an animal?!
As such, Pastured Chicken hearts are low in calories, but high in protein, iron, zinc, the B vitamins (especially B12), riboflavin, and selenium. Chicken hearts also provide folate, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and copper.
For everyone, chicken hearts are a delicious, nutrient-dense addition to their diet!
Each package weighs approx. 0.7-1.0 pound.
Cooking Tips for our Pastured Chicken Hearts:
For an easy recipe, simply sauté in your favorite healthy fat, whether butter, olive oil, coconut oil, or schmaltz (rendered chicken fat that tastes like fried chicken!) for 2-3 minutes per side. Then sprinkle with unrefined sea salt, fresh ground pepper, and maybe even a squirt of fresh lemon juice. This is a dish you can definitely feel confident about feeding to your family!
Raw Pet Food:
Our Pastured Chicken Hearts are also a great addition to your pet's raw food diet. Want to learn more? Check out Raw Offal & Liver Feeding Guide. If you are new to raw feeding your pet, be sure to check out Raw Feeding Guide for Dogs.
Then be sure to add these other raw items to your cart for your furry best friend!