It’s snowing today. Should we make a dish to supplement energy? This pork foot ginger is good. It can supplement both energy and collagen, killing two birds with one stone. Although it’s pig’s foot ginger, it’s not completely used in Cantonese cuisine, because there are some differences between the north and the south.
2 pig feet
Moderate amount of soybean
1 piece of ginger
Right amount of star anise
Appropriate amount of fragrant leaves
Appropriate amount of cinnamon
A little cooking oil
Step 1Put the pig's feet in the pot in cold water, blanch them and clean them.
Step 2Soak soybeans several hours in advance.
Step 3Cut the star anise cinnamon into small pieces in a hot pot and cool the oil. Stir the ginger until fragrant.
Step 4Add the scalded pig feet and stir fry.
Step 5When the pig's feet are golden, add cooking wine, rock sugar, vinegar and soy sauce in turn.
Step 6Color the pig's hooves evenly, pour in the soybeans, stir fry a little.
Step 7Pour boiling water into the pot, slightly higher than the pig's feet, bring to a boil, and then turn to a low heat to simmer. After about 90 minutes, the pig's feet will be soft and rotten.
Step 8When the sauce is collected by the fire, add salt to taste and serve on a plate.
Step 9Nice color.