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This was pretty good tasting but by the time it was finished cooking, the onions were soft and mushy, not exactly the way we like our stir-fries. Next time I think I would stir-fry the onions as directed, then remove them from the pan while I stir-fried the livers, returning them to the pan once the livers were done cooking in the chicken broth/oyster sauce liquid. I would also stir-fry a clove or two of fresh garlic with the onions, and add a little rice wine or dry sherry to chicken broth. A drop or two of sesame oil would probably be delicious. I think I'll try that next time. Thanks for the recipe.
Great recipe!!! I doubled on the chicken broth and oyster sauce because at the end I added stir-fry veggies to it and I also thickened the sauce up a bit with cornstarch just so it was more gravy like. It was very good and pleased even the most finicky eaters. Next time I will add more oyster sauce and also garlic but that is just my personal preference, the recipe is great as is!! :D
This was quick and easy to make. It tasted pretty good too.
Easy, quick & delicious!!!
This was wonderful and easy to make! My mom and I LOVED it. Thank you!
This made a very good and super quick dinner dish this evening. Thank you very much for sharing the recipe with us.
This was awesome! I loved the flavor! I ate it just as is without any rice, and it was so juicy...mmmmm! Thanks for posting!!