Stir Fry Beef Liver is one of my favorite dishes that I tend to cook quite often.. After many years of exposure to the culinary world, to various cultures and the many times, I have experimented with different food creations. I can proudly say that I am able to produce and create some delicious recipes of my own. Let me introduce you to my stir fry beef liver stuffed in tomatoes!
Liver, is not what many people look forward to eating but it's a great source for iron and if you cook it with wine or vinegar it gives it a jazzy flavor!! I'm sure if you try my recipe you will enjoy eating liver. Besides, this is an economical and healthy dish!
You can dress it up as seen in the picture, it paired lovely with the baked yam.
A healthy and hearty dish in a few minutes! I love red sweet wine but it goes well with a Chardonnay of your liking and if you serve it to kids a tall glass of orange juice would be great!
TIP: If you buy beef liver from a calf, there's no scent and it's more tender.
- 1 slice beef liver
- 1/3 cup Greek Olive Oil
- 1 bottle of chardonnay for serving purposes
- 1 dry chili pepper
- 1 big onion
- 1 green bell pepper
- 1/2 cup Californian Red Wine or Regine Red Vinegar
- 2 baked yams
- 1 red bell pepper
- 3 garlic cloves
First, wash your slice of liver thoroughly
Secondly, cut in small strips
Thirdly, cut and slice your onion, peppers and your garlic cloves
Add 1/3 cup of olive oil, oregano, salt and pepper to taste in your wok. Mix all ingredients together.
Saute until vegetables and liver are brown. When you are half way through cooking
add 1/2 cup of vinegar ( I prefer organic vinegar) or red wine
Add a tiny bit of dried chilly, trust me it will make all the difference. If you like spicy food add the whole chilly but I had to serve it to my kids so I added just a tiny bit.
You can dress it up as seen in the picture above. It can be paired lovely with the baked yam.
A healthy and hearty dish in a few minutes! I love red sweet wine but it goes well with a Chardonnay of your liking and if you serve it to kids serve it with a tall glass of orange juice would be great!