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Feet are the best part of the chicken recipe

Feet are the best part of the chicken recipe

Chicken feet dishes and recipes are found all over Africa.


Chicken feet are unused in many parts of the world but are considered a delicacy in many parts of Africa. The African Gourmet will show you how to prepare chicken feet recipes the easy way.

Eating chicken feet stew in Ghana
Eating chicken feet stew in Ghana
Chicken feet are available to many people at affordable prices. How to prepare chicken feet the best way is with the African food recipe of chicken feet sauteed with wild mustard green leaves. Chicken feet have a unique flavor of sharp mustard greens and sauteed with chicken feet simmered into a delicious and easy chicken feet African food recipe.


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Feet are the best part of the chicken recipe

Ingredients
4 cleaned and prepared chicken feet cut in two
4 handfuls chopped mustard greens
1 medium onion, chopped
1 large tomato, chopped
1 teaspoon sea salt
¼ cup water
1 teaspoon olive oil

Directions
Add chicken feet, water, and onions to a large pan with oil and cook 20 minutes over medium heat. Add remaining ingredients and sauté chicken feet 10 minutes longer. Serve warm over rice.

Did you know
Chickens are caught individually by grasping both legs, just above the feet. After the chicken is slaughtered and its feathers removed, the feet are removed at the knee joint.


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