Beef Liver Chinese Style

Beef Liver Chinese Style created by Bergy

From the HARROWSMITH COOKBOOK with thanks to a Ms. C. Suche of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, who suggests serving this unusual and tasty liver-dish on a bed of stir-fried beansprouts.

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  • Combine soy, honey, sugar, vinegar, ginger, garlic and peppercorns.
  • Pour over liver and let sit and for at least 2 hours (but preferably overnight), stirring occasionally.
  • Remove liver from marinade, shaking off the peppercorns.
  • Strain marinade and dispose of solids.
  • Combine strained marinade with cornstarch and stock and then set aside.
  • Heat oil and saute onions and mushrooms until limp.
  • Add onions and mushrooms to marinade.
  • Saute liver until lightly coloured.
  • Pour marinade-onion mixture into pan and cook until thickened, stirring constantly.
  • Serve.
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  1. doug m.
    I was looking for something different than the traditional liver and onions. Tried this recipe and loved it, well everyone loved it! I added 4 strips of maple bacon to it, not only did it improve taste it improved smell, instead of my house having that heavy liver smell, it smells like bacon. :P
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  2. SarahEmmm
    A great new way to serve liver - thanks for the recipe, Gerry. I added a green pepper, but otherwise followed the recipe closely; didn't bother taking out the peppercorns (which I had cracked) since we like heat. Served with stir-fried green beans and plain rice.
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  3. hello1pen
    Not my favourite....but then this was my first time trying liver, so maybe it's just me!
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  4. emulse
    Excellent! Another way how to prepare liver in a grand style.
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  5. screenpainter
    Very nice recipe.I really love any type of meat but must admit that liver is one of my favorites if cooked properly! This recipe does it justice. I cooked this dish for my youngest son, who thought it was fantastic!!
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