Chicken Heart

November 25, 2012

Absent from mainstream American cuisine, chicken hearts are eaten anywhere there are chickens–which is everywhere.  Plenty of other cuisines take advantage of this overlooked muscle.

In particular, they are a Brazilian speciality.   Their small size matters little when many are prepared at once on a spit over a barbecue.  The result is a flavorful finger food.  Eat them quickly.  As they cool, they become rubbery and organ flavors become more pronounced.

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