Chicken feet are rich in collagen, which can soften and protect blood vessels and reduce blood lipids and cholesterol in the human body. It can enhance skin tension and eliminate wrinkles. Chicken feet are also rich in copper, which has an important impact on the development and function of blood, central nervous system, immune system, hair, skin and bone tissue, brain, liver, heart and other internal organs. Especially for women, eating more chicken feet can make the skin elastic and reduce the generation of wrinkles. Today I made a braised chicken feet and ate four at a time!


500g chicken feet
Proper peanut oil
1 teaspoon salt
2 garlic cloves
15g brown sugar
1 ginger
2 tbsp oyster sauce
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp soy sauce
A little chicken powder
3 tablespoons of Baijiu
1 orange peel


Step 1
Cut off the nails on the chicken feet, wash and drain

Step 2
Put an appropriate amount of water in the pot, put a piece of orange peel, a spoonful of salt and ginger slices, bring to a boil, pour down the chicken feet and blanch for about 3 minutes

Step 3
Ingredients: brown sugar chopped, garlic patted, ginger sliced

Step 4
Transfer sauce: use a bowl to hold raw and old soy sauce

Step 5
Add oyster sauce, stir well and set aside

Step 6
Remove the chicken feet after blanching and rinse them with cold water

Step 7
Heat the pot, put some oil, add garlic slices and ginger slices, and saute until fragrant

Step 8
Pour down the chicken feet and stir fry for a moment

Step 9
Add brown sugar

Step 10
Pour liquor into Baijiu

Step 11
Pour in the sauce and mix well

Step 12
Add about 2-3 bowls of water and bring to a boil over high heat, cover the pot, adjust it to medium heat and simmer for about 30 minutes

Step 13
Cook until the sauce is dry, add chicken powder and stir fry evenly

Step 14
Loading basin ~ gnawing up.