Chicken Feet Broth

October 13, 2020 • 0 comments

I think every single freaky witch with a cauldron had chicken feet in her recipe. I can fold a fitted sheet pretty well so maybe I am qualified? (Any Monty Python fans out there? Anyone?) While chicken feet may seem unappetizing in the United States, they are considered a delicacy in other areas of the world. Chicken feet broth is extremely well known for its high collagen content which has been noted to benefit joint, bone, and skin health.

Ingredients

  • (1 package) Chicken Feet
  • (1 bundle) Sage
  • (1 fresh sprig) Rosemary
  • (1/2 bundle) Garlic Head
  • (1 Tbsp-ish...) Kosher Sea Salt (Coarse)

Directions

Preparing chicken feet:

  1. If your chicken still have the outer membrane, we will need to remove it - In a stock pot, add chicken feet, apple cider vinegar, and enough water to cover the feet. 
    Bring to a boil, then reduce to simmer for 10 minutes.
    Strain and blanch the feet in cold water, allow to cool then remove membranes. 

Chuckin' it in a pot:

  1. Whip out your cauldron- er, I mean ... pot. I use my double boiler for this particular recipe. Maybe it's the spooky vibes...
    Add the chicken feet, sage, rosemary, 1/2 garlic head and 1 Tbsp or so of kosher sea salt. 
    Fill your pot with water to the max fill line, and put the lid on.
  2. Bring to a boil, then reduce to simmer for 2-4 hours adding water and removing foam as needed.
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