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Chicken Fried Heart

  • Author: Jill Baker


This simple, yet nutrient dense recipe is one of the best ways to eat heart! Traditionally done in an old seasoned cast iron skillet, I’m sure you can certainly try out those new air fryers and these will still turn out perfect!


Heart (1/4″ thick pieces)

Seasoned Flour, season with whatever herbs and spices you enjoy

Fat, lard is perfect here

Hot Water


  1. Dip in seasoned flour. Brown on both sides in hot fat.
  2. Add a small amount of hot water. 
  3. Cover and simmer 20-30 minutes.


Source of IRON, magnesium, phosphorous, zinc, selenium, all the B vitamins, but especially B12 (383% of the USRDA). Collagen, elastin, amino acids; all that equals energy, mental clarity, good immune function, and good cellular function.

In addition, heart is full of CoQ10 and and peptides specific to heart function. In natural healing there’s a principle of “like treats like.” Beef, chicken, pork, and lamb heart (and any others) help strengthen your heart! And a stronger circulatory system equals many things, including better fertility.

This recipe is brought to you from Baker’s Green Acres’ very own Jill Baker.