Skip to comments.A Pig's Feet Recipe For The Super Bowl
Posted on 02/03/2011 2:13:59 PM PST by Tribune7
1 4 Lb.pork roast 4 pig's feet 1 medium sized onion 4 garlic cloves 6 peppercorns 3 bay leaves 1 Tbl. salt
Take the pig's feet and pork roast and along with rest of the ingredients place them in a large pot and cover them with water. Boil them for 3 to 4 hours skimming foam from the top as often as needed. When tender remove roast and pigs' feet from the consommé, strain it into a large bowl and save. Remove meat from roast excluding fat, gristle and bone. Remove meat and skin from pigs' feet excluding bones only. Combine meat, place into bowls. Pour the consommé over meat and let cool to room temperature. Cover and refrigerate for several hours or overnight. The consommé' will become a delicious gelatin. Remove layer of fat from the top before serving.
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Only if you like pig’s feet.
LOL That’s (pigs’ feet) what my MIL craved when she was pregnant with my husband. EWWWWWW...
Does Dick Morris know about this recipe?
What’s for desert? The eyeballs?
Uh ... gelatin, yes -- delicious, not so much.
Send that to your local mosque..
"I didn't take Coach Ryan invite seriously either"
Just made sweet and sour pigs feet last week. Next time though I will cook it in my slow cooker. Flavor was great but a little tough. Slow cooker will fix that.
My mother was a farm girl growing up in the Great Depression. When I was a boy I remember her happily sitting alone in the kitchen (mid 1960’s) eating pickled pigs feet, limburger cheese and washing it down with buttermilk. This explains why my father was in the living room with us instead of with mom in the kitchen.
No thanks, I’ve been in the busininess for 30 years and I know where those feet have been.
Bacon on the other hand, let’s talk.
For those of us who are not hillbillys, brown pork roast after seasoning with your choice of flavorings.... put into slow cooker with some beef broth and pork gravy.....cook on low for about 8 hours.
Good one..... will only the old timers here get that comment?
Or some kind of cheese/meat/salsa hot dip with tortilla chips for Super Bowl. Just another idea. I know no one who would eat the pigs feet recipe as provided.
If anyone out there actually intends making this recipe, I highly advise you to bring it to a boil, then reduce to just under a simmer. Boiling for four hours is something that should never happen to any cut of roast....
Tripe, tongue and brains more likely.
Thank you!!! I clicked on this thread thinking we would be talking about great Super Bowl snack ideas (not gelatin containing pigs feet). Yes, we made sure to buy at the grocery last weekend: 1 lb hamburger to brown, jar of “hot” salsa, 2 lbs velveeta, huge bag of tostito-type chips. And I have been thinking about it ever since!!
By the time the results of the Age Of Obama is fully felt, you will wish you had access to some pigs feet to have for meat.
Well, or your offspring.
Yeah I fear you are right.
I make really good pig foot soup. Usually people will try it not knowing the ingredients and comment that it’s delicious.
I’ll bring the hogshead cheese and crackers.
Put in a can of refried beans makes it much better!!!
>> Our Super Bowl goodies will be what we call around here a “Low Country Boil”. Shrimp, Andouille Sausage, onions, whole new potatoes, and corn on the cob boiled in beer spiced with crab boil.<<
Replace the shrimp with bugs and thats what we had on the dock in Seabrook, Tx. We lived on our Yacht there for 5 years. What a time!
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