Let's thoroughly clean the gizzards (400 grams): First, give it a quick rinse under running water. Then place them into a mixing bowl. Shake some flour over them. Then thoroughly massage the flour onto the gizzards until it turns into a sticky paste. Then wash it all off under water. Set the cleaned gizzards onto a strainer and let it drip off excess water.
Next, slice each gizzard down in half vertically (reference video).
Fill a large work or pot with water. Season with a few shakes of salt. Then bring it up to boil. Once its boiling, add in the chicken gizzards. Let it boil for 10 minutes on high heat. Then reduce to a medium-heat for the rest of the 20 minutes.
After 30 minutes, turn off the heat. IMPORTANT: Use a soup ladle and save ⅓ cup of the broth (we'll use it later). Then drain the broth and let the gizzards briefly cool off in a strainer.
Place the boiled gizzards into a mixing bowl. Let's season them with: Salt (1 teaspoon!), Minced Garlic (1 Tablespoon), Minced Ginger (1 teaspoon!), Black Pepper (few shakes), Instant Curry Powder or Cajun Seasoning (1 Tablespoon).
Then add in ⅓ cup of the broth. Mix it all throughly. Place the seasoned gizzards in the refrigerator for 30 minutes - so it can soak in the flavor.