Chinese Oyster Sauce Chicken Feet Recipe
Chicken Feet is one of the hottest dishes in Chinese. It is a must-order dish of Yum Cha. Although people from other countries may dislike this dish, almost every Chinese love it. This recipe shows you a popular way to make authentic Chinese Chicken feet. You will be proud of making it since it is not so easy.
300g chicken feet
2g white sugar
2g chicken powder
10g green onions
5ml cooking wine
15g red chiles
15g minced garlic
8ml dark soy sauce
- The chicken feet have an earthy smell. You should remove it before cooking. When you rinse it, use a knife to remove the small yellow callus on the palm of the chicken claw.
- You can marinate chicken feet with beer or vinegar, that makes chicken feed soft and tender.
- Step3 is the key to the dish. Make sure every chicken feet is fully fried, so when you boil them, you can make juicy chicken feet. If not fried enough, the skin and meat may be tight and less flavor.
Wash chicken feet, pour into dark soy sauce and mix well.
Add oil and preheat the pot.
Fry chicken feet until golden brown. Remove and drain oil.
Add a half pot of water and bring to a boil. Add salt, chicken powder, cooking wine and dark soy sauce.
Boil the fried chicken feet cover and simmer over small heat for 15 minutes.
Remove from heat and cut off the tips of claws.
Preheat the pot and fry chopped red chiles and minced garlic until fragrant.
Add a little water, oyster sauce, abalone juice, mix well and bring to a boil.
Season with a little dark soy sauce, sugar, salt, and chicken powder.
Boil chicken feet and cook until fragrant. Mix cornstarch and water in another bowl. Pour into the pot. Cook until the soup runs clear.
Pour a little hot oil and mix well.
Use chopsticks to take the chicken feet out and place them on a plate.
Pour the sauce and sprinkle with chopped green onion before serving.