Pig’s feet, also known as pig’s feet, are also called “great tonic” for beauty and beauty by many women because they are rich in collagen. Because a large amount of gravy is precipitated during the stewing of pig feet, in order to make the gravy better, peanuts and mushrooms rich in vitamin E are added here, so that these three ingredients can reflect each other!


750g pig feet
1 star anise
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1300 ml water
2 tablespoons oil
3 slices of garlic
25g mushroom (dry)
100g peanuts


Step 1
Chop the pig's feet and put them into the pot in cold water to remove the blood, and then wash them with clean water

Step 2
Pick up the pig's feet and dry them, then prepare the star anise and pat the garlic into garlic granules

Step 3
Wash mushrooms and peanuts and soak in warm water

Step 4
Pour about 1 tablespoon peanut oil into the pot

Step 5
Add garlic and star anise and saute with a small heat

Step 6
Pour in pig feet and stir fry over medium heat until fragrant. Stir fry until the pig skin is slightly burnt yellow

Step 7
Add soy sauce and water

Step 8
Transfer to a casserole and simmer over medium low heat until the meat is soft. Turn to medium heat to collect the juice