Question: What's the best and most tasty way to cook frozen pigs feet?
Answer: Great question! Many times fresh pigs feet will not be able in your local supermarket. In this case, if you get the urge to eat pigs feet, you'll have to purchase them frozen. This is okay to do, since most stores do an okay job at preserving the shelf life of their frozen meats. After the pigs feet are thawed you can prepare them just like they were fresh.
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Additional Information: Frozen pigs feet can be susceptible to overcooking, so it’s important to follow the recipe closely when cooking them. To prepare frozen pigs feet, first thaw them in the refrigerator overnight. Once they are thawed, rinse them off with cold water and pat dry with paper towels before seasoning.
Place the pigs feet into a large pot along with 1 cup of white vinegar and enough cold water to cover the feet. Bring the liquid up to a boil and decrease heat to low simmer for about two hours or until tender.
Carefully remove pigs meat from pot and let cool for about 10 minutes before serving. Enjoy your delicious creation!
For an added twist of flavor, try marinating in BBQ sauce or adding herbs and seasonings while boiling. The possibilities are endless! Experiment with other ingredients to create your own special pigs feet dish – you won't be disappointed!
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