You might be thinking: pigs feet? Really? Yes, really! Around the world, pig feet have been part of tradition and recipes for years. Also known as a pig's trotter, the feet are cleaned thoroughly with hairs removed before they are ready for sale.
Pig's feet have been used in cooking to make stocks, thicken gravy, and served as a standard cut of meat. You can create many global dishes with 5 pounds of pig's feet!
Pig's feet recipes can be found in American, Italian, Hungarian, Irish, French, Japaned, Phillipian, Spanish, Korean, Polish, German, Swedish, and Chinese cuisine. One Black American and Southern tradition considers pig's feet a traditional Christmas and New Year's Eve dish—served with Collard greens, cornbread, black-eyed peas, and potato salad.
Are you feeling adventurous? Not sure where to start with your 5 pounds of pig's feet? For an international trip, you could begin with Braised Pig Trotters with Nam Yu over wonton noodles—an aromatic and flavored Chinese dish. Look no further than the Phillipino dish Crispy Pata, deep-fried to a deep golden brown with a delightful crackling that can be eaten as is or dipped in a sauce of vinegar, soy, crushed peppercorns, red onions, and chili labuyo.
At Wholey's, it's more than just a cut of meat! We love everything we do, from traveling the world through our taste buds and offering unusual yet exciting meal suggestions to exploring where our food comes from, how it's made, and how it is cooked. We love inspiring your next meal to make eating an adventure once more!
Order your 5 pounds of pig's feet today to begin experiencing the cuisine of countries all across the globe and find a new dinner that will have you, your family, and guests talking about it for years to come. Don't forget to create an account with us at Wholey's to earn Wholey Rewards, making points for every order, sharing with us on Facebook, and celebrating birthdays—where you can redeem points for up to 15% off your next order!
If you have any questions about this mouth-watering ingredient, please contact us via our Contact Us site or call toll-free 1-888-946-5397.