2/13/2012

Stewed Spicy Chicken Feet (Kai Kiok)

Chicken feet are one of the chicken parts that I really love to cook. Some people may think that this part is weird and not suitable to cook. They may put it a few feet away from their mouth. But you have to know that it’s may turn into delicious dish if you know the right way to cook it. Chicken feet may contain only a little meat but it’s eaten mainly for the skin, tendons and its cartilage. Like other parts of chicken meat, it does also contain its own nutritional value. Some says that consume it regularly can help to strengthen joints.


There are many ways to cook it. It can be stewed or soup in many different recipe. My recipe for today is stewed spicy chicken feet. I really don't remember where I get this recipe but I've cook it so many times and the whole family really love it.
Main Ingredients:
Chicken Feet














A few stalk of chives, Ginger, Garlic, Dried Chili and Star anise

 Marinade ingredients:
  • 1/2 cup Vinager
  • 2tbsp soy sauce
  • Pepper powder

Seasoning Ingredients:
  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup rock sugar
  • 2tbsp oyster sauce
  • 2tbsp rice wine
  • salt, MSG(optional) and pepper to taste
Methods: 
Step 1
  • Rub chicken feet with salt. Wash and rinse well and cut into 3 section.
  • Marinate with vinegar for about 30 minute.
  • In the last 5 minutes before deep frying, add pepper powder and soy sauce. Mix well.
  • Deep-fry in hot oil until golden brown.
  • Soak into cold water for about 10 minutes or until fluffy .
  • Drain off and set aside. 
Step 2
  • Put chicken feet followed by other ingredients into a cooking pot.
  • Pour in enough water or broth to cover the chicken feet.
  • Stew on medium heat for about 45 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Thicken the gravy with cornstarch solution. Turn the fire off and then serve.

7 comments:

Fancy Ally

look so delicious... never cook the spicy version before... will try it later

AloyCia

Hi Fancy Ally,
Thanks so much for visiting my blog... try this version of kai kiok and you'll surely fall in love with it...

kitchen flavours

Hi AloyChia, You are back to blogging! I love stewed chicken feet, like to dip it in soy sauce with chili padi! Your spicy stewed looks so delicious, I would finish a whole bowl of it! Have a lovely week!

AloyCia

Hi Kitchen Flavours,
thanks for stop by, I'm back again after almost a year. Have a lovely week to you too!

Joel Stottlemire

This is a great recipe! My fiancee is from Southern China. Her recipe is quite a bit different.

http://hongkonghonky.blogspot.com/2012/03/guilin-gourmet-chicken-foot-soup.html

Thanks for sharing.

Mie289

Hi AloyCia, the chicken feet looks good. I've been searching for this recipe for a while now and i can't wait to try it. It reminds me of my late grandmother who used to cook this dish at least once a week. My only questions is how many chicken feet should i use for this recipe?

AloyCia

Hi Joel,
Thanks for stop by ... and thanks for the blog address ... happy to learn more new recipes from this blog.

Hi Mie289,
I use about 500g of chicken feet for this recipe ... you can adjust the seasoning ingredients to suit your taste. Happy Cooking!

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