What's with the Chicken Feet?
October 11, 2017 9:30pm CST
Ever since Mom was with that friend of hers, now she's gotten interested in this kind of meal. No offense but the mention of it has really felt a bit disgusting in my opinion. She even asked me for a recipe online. They even bought one last night. What's weird of it is that almost every one in the family likes it. maybe I'm a bit biased because I haven't tasted it yet. It reminds of that scene from 90 day fiance, when a mother in law cooked chicken feet and none of them ate it I mean talk about disrespect.
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The Chinese taught us how to eat chicken feet, contrary to popular belief the feet is not cooked as is, actually it's scalded and if you are good could take out the whole outer part like stockings, the nails are also chopped off. Chicken feet is rich in collagen and their are studies now that collagen help us to look young. It's also a component of many traditional Chinese medicine, Im just fine with Chicken feet although it also took me time to learn to eat it
@Letranknight2015 what I meant was if chicken feet is what is being served at the moment and there was no choice so it also has benefits. We use to just throw it away., same goes with chicken head.
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i tasted this when my mother asked me to buy chicken feet at a nearby store where grilled/ roasted chicken feet are sold. it tasted good, especially the sole part. i also cooked chicken feet in Kuwait when we were evacuating from the gulf war.
I love chicken feet. We were able to eat a very delicious spicy chicken feet when the family friend of ours take us to a Chinese restaurant , when we went to Manila last May 2016, to attend our daughter's graduation. It was so delicious and soft, we ordered another platter of it when we still have other dishes to eat.
i think it's usually cooked adobo style, and i think it's supposed to have collagen? that's what morning girl/@salonga said in her post last year (