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  • Liver Patè

    I am tempted to try to cook/bake a liver patè in my WFO. Anybody out there who has any experience with that? Normally a liver patè would be baked in a form surrounde with boiling water (I think?), but at a reasonably high temperature to get a nice brown crust on the top? I really have no experience at all with this type of food.


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    Re: Liver Patè

    No, I have never made liver pate. You can try it and let us know how it turns out. The only experience I have had is that if your temperature is too high, your pastry will char before the ingredients cook. It takes patience to let the oven rest to cool to the right temp for pastry. I seem to run out of patience after I have cooked all day. Good luck,

    Baked brie is good....there are several pictures on the site.


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      Re: Liver Patè

      Sorry I misread your post. It sounds like there is not pastry on top of your pate. I still don't have any experience.....ha. Tusen tak.