1. Prepare fresh chicken feet.
2. Use kitchen scissors to cut off all chicken nails.
3. Cut it from the middle and divide it into two.
4. Rinse clean under running water.
5. Add pepper and white vinegar to a pot under cold water and blanch for about 5 minutes.
6. Pick up, rinse and wash.
7. In another pot, blanch the chicken feet in a pot under cold water, add a millet pepper, Chinese pepper, spices and white vinegar.
8. After the high heat is boiled, turn to medium and low heat and cook for about 12 minutes. Poke the chicken feet with chopsticks, it can penetrate easily without cooking.
9. After picking up, rinse and soak in cool boiled water for 30 minutes.
10. Pick up the soaked chicken feet, add refined salt, the original flavor is fresh, steamed fish soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, white sugar, mix well and marinate for 10 minutes. (The cooked chicken feet are soaked in cold boiled water, which has a chewy effect)
11. While the chicken feet are marinated, prepare the side dishes.
12. Finely chop chives and coriander; mince wild san pepper and millet pepper and garlic.
13. Add all the marinated chicken feet, add oil chili seeds and a little wild pepper water.
14. Sprinkle cooked white sesame seeds after mixing well.
15. After mixing well, let it stand for more than 30 minutes, and you can enjoy it beautifully.
1: The secret of wanting chicken feet to taste delicious and chewy: add vinegar when cooking, and soak in cold water after cooking. Of course, if there are ice cubes, it would be better.
2: The amount of wild pepper and millet pepper can be increased or decreased according to your own taste. Ripe white sesame seeds can increase the aroma, so don't omit it.
3: After mixing, the longer it is marinated, the more delicious it will be. In a hot place, remember to keep it in the refrigerator. It is best to eat it within three days. Actually, it's so delicious that it doesn't take three days at all. Just make one serving, and the elf can be eaten up in one meal, and it feels like it's not enough to eat every time.