In fact, I like to eat stewed pig’s trotters. The soup is nutritious and beautiful. In this cold winter, it is a good soup for beauty and stomach. Pig’s trotters are rich in collagen, which can promote fur growth, prevent progressive muscular dystrophy, improve coronary heart disease, and have a certain effect on gastrointestinal bleeding another dehydration shock.
How to make peanut braised pork trotters?
Ingredients: peanut 100g, pig trotter 500g, ginger 2g, onion 20g, anise 2g, white sugar, dried red pepper 2g, peppercorns 2g, cinnamon 2g, cooking wine 2g
Wash the pig’s trotters, chop off the claw tip, split in half, and cut into small pieces.
Boil in the hot water for a while, and then take out for later use.
Wash the leeks clean and chop. Wash gingers clean and slice. Soak the peanuts ahead of time.
Heat the pot and add some oil. Add sugar to stir fry until it is brown.
Add pig trotters to stir fry.
Stir fry evenly to color every trotter.
Add cooking wine, gingers and leeks to to stir fry evenly.
Add water to submerge pig’s trotters, and put star anise, dried chili, peppercorn and cinnamon.
Add peanuts and salt.
Turn over the heat.
Cover and turn down the heat to stew for an hour.
Open the lid after the pig’s trotters are soft and rotten. And turn over the heat for reduction.
Until the soup is sticky, sprinkle with green pepper. It can be served now.
Peanut Braised Pork Trotters
- 500 g pork trotter
- 100 g peanut
- green onion
- dried red chili
- 5 g cooking wine
If you are not into spicy food, you can miss the step to add to add chili. Hope you like the peanut braised pork trotters.