Who else is looking to learn how to cook pigs feet? Peter from Ontario CA said, "Its been awhile since I last enjoyed a plate of pigs feet. Now that I'm craving the taste of pigs feet, I would like to know how to cook pigs feet.".
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Listed below you'll see a bunch of our visitors comments, were they provide the very best tips, advice, and techniques on how to cook pigs feet. Read them all and try what you believe will work best. Then get in the kitchen and prepare yourself a pigs feet dinner.
May 26, 2018
Par Boil For 15 Minutes (by: Annie Thompson)
I notice that on one par boils the pigs feet to remove sum and sediments, then wash scum off and clean the pot. Once par boiled put the pigs feet back in the pot with clean water. This time season the pigs feet and cook with any other ingredients you like without the scum cooking in the pot. Just the way I do it.
Feb 26, 2015
Oven Baked pig feet (by: Anonymous)
I bake mine completely. I wash and scrub them with a potato peeler first. Put them in a deep pan, like a roaster that you would cook a turkey in, add onion, celery, apple cider vinegar. Cover with foil, bake at 350, for 3-4 hours. Excellent.
Jun 19, 2014
Turned out Great (by: Jay Didit)
My BBQ Pigs feet came out so wonderful. Thanks
Jul 07, 2012
Splitting (by: Anonymous)
How do you keep whole pig feet from splitting while cooking?
Apr 23, 2012
BBQ PIG'S FEET!!!! (by: Nicole)
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE BBQ PIG'S FEET....you made everything seem so easy, and I LOVE the step by step you are so AWESOME!
Mar 02, 2012
Keeping pig feet whole (by: Anonymous)
Each time I cook pig feet they break apart before they are done. How do you keep meat attached to the bones?
Feb 24, 2012
Tangies Recipe (by: Neecee)
Tangie's recipe from Maryland was awesome. I didn't have any beer but all the other ingredients and cooking methods made the pig feet delicious and not greasy. My friend who popped in for dinner who turned up their nose at pig feet ate some and thought they were delicious!
Aug 18, 2011
Baltimore, Md. pig feet (by: Tangie)
First I wash the pig feet really well. My mother would the pig feet over the flame on the stove to burn any hair, I use a razor.
Next in a big pot place the pig feet, then add beer I use a quart size, then add old bay season salt pepper ( black, and hot red pepper), cider vinegar cook on high for about 1 hour, then lower to medium keep a eye out so they do not run out of juice.
A good tip is use a good big pot, the cheap one will cause them to stick cook until done. Next transfer pig feet to a baking pan with a small amount of the juice place in oven on 350 basting until they are shining and tender. You can add more old bay seasoning to taste. Enjoy.
Jan 10, 2011
I Burned Pigs Feet (by: danger)
I want to know how to make pig feet because the last time I cooked them they burned. What should I do? Please help me out. Would should I do, so that the next time I cook pigs feet they don't burn?.
Dec 18, 2008
Heres How to Cook Pigs Feet (by: Soul Food Chef)
Peter, thanks for asking the question of how to cook pigs feet. Growing up in the south I've eaten my fair share of pigs feet. In the past, I enjoyed eating pigs feet that had been prepared by boiling or a combination of boiling and baking.
If you would like to prepare some juicy, delicious, and tasty pigs feet in your own kitchen just follow the two links below. The first link it for barbecue pigs feet and the second link will take you to a recipe for just plain old boiled pigs feet.