AMAZINGLY EASY Chinese Recipe: Braised Pork Leg 卤豬脚

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  1. This looks delicious!

    I am, however, wondering what part of the pig this is. Here in Brooklyn, “trotter” refers to the foot, a less meaty cut with all of the tiny bones that a foot entails. What you’re using looks more like what we’d call a “shank”, “hock”, or “knuckle”.

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    I have one question? Can any other cut of pork meat be used with this recipe, like pork belly for instance?

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