pig 's trotters green soya beans soybean Carrot salt Vinegar Fresh Sesame oil
Wash the pig's hooves, cut them into small pieces, put them into a soup pot and stew them over low heat until they are soft and rotten. Season with salt. Take out the stewed pig's hooves and let them cool. Carefully remove the bones and only keep the skin and meat
Wash the green beans, soybeans and carrots. Cut the carrots and dry them. Blanch the green beans and soybeans in boiling water.
Continue to heat the soup left over from the stewing of pig's feet, and then add the removed pig's feet, green beans, soybeans, diced carrots, and smoked Diced Pork. Stir well, add some salt or no, and finally dip in the sauce.
Cook until all the ingredients are ripe, then turn off the heat, and put it aside to cool. After cooling, find a deeper container, first put a layer of preservative film on the container, then pour the cooled pig's hoof soup into the container, wait for it to solidify slightly, then cover the preservative film well and put it into the cold storage room.
After complete solidification, you can take it out and eat it. Generally, it can be solidified in 2-3 hours. You can also put it in one night and eat it the next day. When eating, mix vinegar, soy sauce, minced garlic and sesame oil well to make the sauce dip.