Duck feet recipe
Pickled duck feet is a traditional snack in Fujian, China, belonging to Fujian cuisine. It is an embellishment for breakfast, supper, tea or feast, a special appetizer, and a convenient food for leisure after dinner.
The taste of soaked duck feet is slightly sour, a little spicy, crispy and refreshing, sour and spicy aftertaste, crispy, fragrant and smooth food.When I open the lid, the aroma is overflowing, taste it, the good taste is really unforgettable!
- duck feet
- soy sauce
- dark soy sauce
- oyster sauce
- star anise
- bay leaf
- cooking wine
- pickled pepper
Wash the duck feet.
Boil the pot in cold water for 20 minutes (boil it for a while if it is soft, and cook it for a while less), put onion, cooking wine, Chinese pepper, fragrant leaves, cinnamon and star anise in the pot to remove the fishy smell.
Prepare pickled pepper, spicy millet, ginger and garlic.
Cut the millet, pickled pepper, garlic and ginger separately, and add some chinese pepper and an star anise.
Put the chopped millet, spicy garlic, etc. into the pot together, add a spoonful of raw soy sauce, a spoonful of vinegar, a bowl of cold boiled water (the soup spoon I use), salt, oyster sauce, white sugar, and old soy sauce. Stir well.
Wash the boiled duck feet and soak them in clean water (you can also put ice water).
Pour out the water after soaking.
Pour in the prepared juice and mix well.
Put it in the refrigerator for a few hours before eating.
If you like to eat sour, put more, if you don't like it, put less, and you can play freely.