Remove chicken livers from container, rinse and dry on paper towel.
Combine the flour, cornstarch and seasonings in a small bowl. Combine the egg and milk in a separate bowl.
Dip the livers in the milk mixture and then in the flour mixture. Lay on the air fryer tray or basket. Continue until all are complete. Don't crowd the pan when cooking.
Using the Spray Olive Oil, spray the livers and the flour mixture will start to get moist but not wet and goopy.
Cook at 390 for 10 minutes. Turn them over at the half way point and see if they need a bit more spray oil. Continue cooking until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees. They will be a deep golden brown.
As with all Air Fryers, always cook at the least amount of recommended time until you know how hot and fast your own machine cooks. I always cook on the low end first and then bump up. One extra minute can be significant. Season with your favorite blends. I usually stick with garlic and onion powder or seasoning salt, but the options are endless.If you do not lightly coat the livers with the spray oil, the flour will not blend with the juices and will remain powdery. It's best just to use a light spray.