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Regime Type:

Without Eggs, Strict PKD (No Allowances)

Liver Pasta

Introduction & Inspiration

The liver sheets work perfectly to make 'pasta'. Clearly we're not talking about traditional pasta here with its huge carb load and detrimental ingredient profile. Rather, we are talking about Spaghetti or Fettucine style liver pasta, which is a lot more beneficial to our health and well-being, and is delicious to boot!

Making liver 'pasta' can be facilitated with a couple of pasta attachments for the KitchenAid, if you happen to have one handy. I always wondered what would become of these attachments once I changed to a healthier way of eating. I am pleased to say these attachments have got a new lease of life, making this healthier type of 'pasta'. Otherwise, using a regular old kitchen knife or pizza cutter is just as good for cutting your fettuccine and spaghetti style strips and is probably quicker, but I do love my kitchen gadgets!

So go on, give this new style of 'pasta' making a try. Your body, taste buds and health will thank you for it!

X Nic

Recipe Overview

Preparation Time

Less than 30 minutes

Cooking Time


Serving Size

Liver 'Pasta' - Fettucine and Spaghetti style

Main Ingredients:

1 x Liver Sheet

Recipe Instructions

Important: Make your Liver sheet as per the recipe instructions. Allow the sheet to cool down fully, before placing it in the fridge for at least one day as it needs to have slightly less moisture in it, i.e. be slightly drier. If you use the sheet too soon, it may not cut well with the pasta attachment, especially for spaghetti style 'pasta'. Perform a test with a small piece of the sheet if need be, to check it's ready and dry enough. Ignore this note if you'll be making your 'pasta' using the manual method.


KitchenAid Method

Cut your liver sheet into smaller sheets so that the width of each sheet will fit into your pasta attachment.


Add a 'Fettucine' or a 'Spaghetti' attachment to a KitchenAid device, switch the machine on to a Medium speed. Slowly feed the end of one of the sheets into the machine, placing a bowl underneath the attachment for the 'pasta' to fall into. Reserve.

Manual Method

If you do not have a machine, simply place the sheet on a large wooden chopping board and cut long strips with a width of approximately 5mm for fettucine and 2-3 mm for spaghetti (this can be a little more tricky, so take your time!).


Your liver ‘pasta’ is ready!


Ideally, purchase your offal from pasture raised animals that are Nitrate, Nitrite & Additive Free.


Check out my Liver Sheet recipe for instructions on how to make this.


Use the Recipe Search functionality on the website to discover how to incorporate Liver 'Pasta' into various dishes.


As a variation on Liver 'Pasta', why not try making Beef Tripe 'Pasta' or Liver and Egg 'Pasta' too!

Be sure to add an appropriate amount of fat to accompany your 'pasta', to achieve a perfect PKD ratio.


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