Chicken hearts are a staple in other cultures around the world and are beginning to catch on in American cuisine. Popular ways of preparing them include yakitori-style (Japanese cuisine’s kabob), stewed in a rich sauce with mushrooms, and sautéed with butter and herbs. Pasture-raised chicken hearts can be a delicious, inexpensive staple in your cuisine too!
One cup of chicken heart contains 38g of protein! They also provide lots of B2, B12, iron, and immune-boosting zinc. We pasture-raise our chickens, and they are always free of antibiotics and added hormones. They eat only grain and the itty-bitty buggy critters they forage on pasture. Our pasture-raised chicken hearts come in a ~0.90lb pack, vacuum-sealed and frozen.