Baked Chicken Gizzards?

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It is very easy to bake chicken gizzards. You will need a shallow baking pan, a variety of spices and water.
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1. Turn on the oven and allow it to preheat to 350 degrees Fahrenheit while preparing the gizzards to bake. 2. Wash the gizzards thoroughly in cool clean running water then drain
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When I cook chicken gizzards, I always wash them first and drain, add salt and pepper. I then coat them with flour and place into hot grease and fry until golden brown.
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The chickens ventriculus (gizzard) is composed of four muscular bands that rotate and crush food by shifting the food back and forth within the organ. The gizzard contains small pieces
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Looks like it's high in protein and provides some vitamins; however, it is pretty high in cholesterol. via wolfram alpha.
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How to Bake Chicken Gizzards
The gentle, ambient heat of the oven treats the lowly chicken gizzard with the finesse and care the rough-and-rowdy surface heat of a frying pan can't. You can achieve two textures when you bake chicken gizzards -- tender or chewy -- and both add variety... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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