Spicy Chicken Feet

Chicken Feet is a favorite oriental ingredient and has made its way in many Asian recipes and cookbooks. As a typical Filipino food, Chicken feet can be seen in the streets of Manila and are mostly sold as a street food. This part of the chicken has little meat (with majority of the edible meat consist of the skin and tendons) but is still consumed mostly as “pulutan” (appetizer).

Making a good chicken feet dish is not as easy at it seems. The chicken feet should be tender while still whole at the same time. This Chicken feet recipe will show you how to do it the easy way. I like this recipe because it is true to its word. The outcome is spicy and delicious with the appropriate tender texture. You can enjoy the chicken while easily nibbling around it.

Spicy Chicken Feet

Spicy chicken feet is the Asian counterpart of the buffalo wild wing. With just the right amount of spice, soft texture, and flavor; this chicken feet recipe will surely be loved.

Try this Spicy Chicken Feet recipe and let me know what you think.

Spicy Chicken Feet
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 6
  • Serving size: 6
    Cuisine: Filipino Recipe
    Prep time: 
    Cook time: 
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    Ingredients
    • 2 lbs. chicken feet
    • 2 tbsp oyster sauce
    • 2 tbsp soy sauce
    • ¼ cup green onions, chopped finely
    • 2 tbsp cornstarch (diluted in ½ cup water)
    • 1 thumb ginger, cut into strips
    • 1 tbsp brown sugar
    • 2 tbsp Chinese black beans
    • 1 tbsp garlic, minced
    • chili (or crushed red pepper)
    • 3 cups water
    • 1 cup cooking oil
    Instructions
    1. In a pan, heat the cooking oil and put-in the chicken feet. Continue frying until color turns golden brown. Set aside when done
    2. On the same pan, sauté the garlic and ginger
    3. Put-in the fried chicken feet, oyster sauce, soy sauce, and Chinese black beans
    4. Add the water and let boil. Simmer until chicken feet is tender
    5. Add the sugar, chili, and green onions and mix well
    6. Add the cornstarch and mix thoroughly for 3 minutes
    7. Serve hot. Share and Enjoy!

     

    Watch cooking video:

      
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    Comments

    1. John Vincent says:

      look so yummy but i have to check if their selling adidas here in Kuwait..

    2. John Vincent says:

      wala ba diyan?sabagay dito sa kwuait di ko din alam kung meron..

    3. hi..pansalang pinoy, thanx 4 da recipe. even thou, i dun speak pilipino the video was very clear..and i learnt fast. i’ve tried it n suprisingly my hubby help him self for second plate. this cook very simple but delicious

    4. dolly soriano says:

      sir,

      i tried your IGADO recipe and natuwa ang asawa ko, nagustuhan po niya ang lasa. and susubukan ko din po itong spicy adidas ninyo. it looks so yummy, i’m sure it will be as delicious as your tried and tested IGADO recipe. thank you so much for posting easy to find ingredients and easy to follow recipes. GOD bless and keep on posting more mouth watering recipe…Mabuhay Ka!!!!

    5. I hope you someday you can add a printable version feature of your recipes. :)

      Thanks!

      • FineTexan says:

        Hi, You can copy paste any recipe into Word and print it in large print with the picture. I left click on the picture then do ‘Save As’ to a folder on my computer. Then I ‘Insert’ using Word where the recipe is and presto! a recipe page that you can print.

    6. jessica nisperos says:

      i love ur spicy chicken…keep up the gud work..tnx

    7. kuya ok lang po ba kahit walng black beans?

    8. theresa says:

      paborito nming pulutan yan …..
      lulutuin ko yan…
      promise!!!!!!!!
      tnxs ulit

    9. thnks po kuya, i really learned a lot frm u.. More power po and God bless!

    10. that looks so yummy! btw, adidas reminds me of my younger days when we used to have a small poultry farm. all parts would be taken to the market, but some adidas would end up as adobo… ; )

    11. Hello again bro!

      Is this the same as the chicken feet you get at yum cha?

    12. Hey bro, this is not the same yum cha chicken feet. Yum cha chicken feet are more oriental and uses steaming as a cooking method.