Add Chicken Hearts to your maternity dietDoes the thought of eating chicken hearts scares you? I hope not and I hope you will re-consider.
The nutritional value in chicken hearts is a phenomenon. Not only is it low in fat, it contains good source of protein, as well as vitamin B12, riboflavin, zinc, selenium and iron.
These are very hard to find elsewhere in such concentrated density. Chicken hearts also provide folate, a natural form of folic acid, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and copper. Do bear one thing in mind though, buy your chicken hearts from a trust worthy farm where their chicken aren't raised with excessive antibiotics and harmful growth hormones.
Once you get past your fear in eating the hearts of chicken, they do taste very delicious with the simplest recipes. Chicken hearts have a mild chicken flavour and slightly chewy texture. They don't taste anything like liver or kidney, which many people can't stand.