Braised corn trotters

Ingredients: Two trotters, three corns, 6-7 slices of ginger, 5 grams cinnamon, 5 grams star anise, 5 grams star anise, 5 grams dry pepper, 60 grams oil, 2 scoops salt, half a teaspoon chicken essence, 10 grams cooking wine , A teaspoon of soy sauce, a teaspoon of sugar, 10 grams of watercress, appropriate amount of shallot

Ingredients: Two trotters, three corns, 6-7 slices of ginger, 5 grams cinnamon, 5 grams star anise, 5 grams star anise, 5 grams dry pepper, 60 grams oil, 2 scoops salt, half a teaspoon chicken essence, 10 grams cooking wine , A teaspoon of soy sauce, a teaspoon of sugar, 10 grams of watercress, appropriate amount of shallot

Material

Two trotters
Three corn,
6-7 slices of ginger
Cinnamon 5g
Anise 5g
Anise 5g
5 grams of dried sharp pepper
60 g oil, 2 scoops of salt
Half a teaspoon of chicken essence, 10 grams of cooking wine
A spoonful of soy sauce, a spoonful of sugar
10 grams of bean paste, appropriate amount of shallot

Wash and clean the pig's trotters, and chop them into small pieces (this person can call you a pig's trotter to burn your hair and cut them into pieces)

The corn is cut into sections about an inch long.

Ginger peeled and sliced, dried pepper, cinnamon, star anise and dried tempeh

Heat the pot and pour the oil. When the fire is about 80% hot, pour the ginger slices, dried sharp peppers, dried tempeh, cinnamon and star anise into the scent

Then pour in the pig's trotters, and posture to death.

Add salt, cooking wine, soy sauce, watercress sauce, sugar, add most of the pot of water, cook evenly, cover and cook

Cook until boiled, add corn, cover the pot, cook until boiled again, turn to low heat, simmer for about 30 minutes.

When the water is almost dry, mix well and turn off the heat

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