Chicken livers are quite rich, so a little devilling is a good approach. This makes a really good lunch or supper dish, or a starter for more people.
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Chicken livers are high in protein and a rich store of folate, which is important for fertility and helps prevent certain birth defects. (Food Standards Authority advises pregnant women not to eat liver because too much vitamin A can harm the baby.) Livers are also loaded with iron to give you energy and a treasure trove of certain B vitamins, most notably B12. This nutritional profile makes them a good choice for anyone prone to anaemia. livers are also one of the top sources of vitamin A, which helps eye health.