Chinese pig feet recipe

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Braised Pig’s Feet are tender, juicy, and flavorful – cooked long and slow in a rich sauce. Pig feet or pig trotters are considered one of the most delicious parts of pork. My family makes this recipe for regular weekdays and special occasions like Chinese New Year. Serve them with mashed potatoes and green vegetables for an amazing meal!

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Chinese-Style-Pigs-Feet Jellied Pigs Feet Recipe, Pork Feet Recipe, Pickled Pigs Feet Recipe, Foot Recipe, Pork Recipes, Asian Recipes, Cooking Soul Food, Homemade Chinese Food, Pig Feet

A dish you don’t see as often as we used to back in the day. Now, only a small handful of restaurants will serve this as their daily special. Every ethnicity has their own version of this recipe. This was shared with me by my friend’s mom, who tells me this has been in their family for generations. Sweet, tangy and succulent.

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Pualani Rife
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Red oil Chinese Spicy pig ear salad, this is a more nostalgic and classic cold dish. Pig ear salad have a unique crispness and tenacity, coupled with the spicy taste, make people's teeth and cheeks fragrant, and the aftertaste is endless. At a dinner party, this cold dish is indispensable on the table.

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Traditional Taiwanese Braised Pork Hock - Tiffy Cooks Asian Noodle Recipes, Easy Asian Recipes, Chinese Cooking Wine, Asian Cooking, Chinese Food, Pork Feet Recipe, Pork Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Pork Hock

Today is my BIRTHDAY, and I will show you how to make Traditional Taiwanese Braised Pork Hock, which brings good luck year after year. Taiwanese Braised Pork Hock symbolizes “forwardness,” eating Pork Hock on your birthday or Lunar New Year brings prosperity, progress, and lots of good luck in the new year! It is also incredibly delicious! The Pork Hock is cooked until fork tender and packed with umami flavor. Taiwanese Braised Pork Hock served with long thin noodles to symbolize good health…

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