Pig Feet And Eggs With Black Vinegar: Mom’s Authentic Chinese Recipe


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  1. I would like to say many thanks to Dan Seto and his mom dedicated to show us the way to cook good chinese meal. I really love your cooking video clip. Thanks.

  2. Great to hear you will be making the Pig Feet With Black Vinegar for your daughter. I have posted a video on Chicken Wing And Alcohol Soup. Just cut up chicken pieces in place of the chicken wings. You can probably find this recipe by youtube search. Otherwise, you can try finding it on my youtube channel page or in a playlist on Traditional Chinese Soups.

  3. Thanks for your video. I am making this dish for my daughter after she delivers this month. I understand the dish is traditional for post part um diet as the ginger warms the womb following delivery. Does your mom have a recipe for chicken and wine with wood ears," guy jiu" also a post part um dish?

  4. Thank you for the recipe. I love Pig Feet with Black Vinegar! My grandmother used to cook some for me each time I gave birth. Nice memories.

  5. Not unless they have just given birth….. just joking. Pig Feet With Black Vinegar is a traditional dish eaten by women after giving birth. Nowadays a lot of people just like to eat it. Thanks for checking out my video.

  6. A lot of my mom's recipes I didn't know how to cook until I made these videos on my channel. Glad to hear that you want to continue the tradition of cooking these dishes. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and thanks for viewing my video on Chinese pig feet recipe.

  7. I also enjoy your clans visit videos, and I've been to some of the places before, like the library, etc.. Thanks for you and your family's efforts, these are very precious culture records which I can understand and feel so familiar. Good luck.

  8. Since I did not l pay attention to learn to it when my mom cooked Hoiping cuisines when I was young in China. Then after I came oversea, I've missed the foods a lot, but had no way to know how to cook them. Now I found your channel, I felt so lucky, I can pick up the tradition again as a young generation.

  9. For sure. Cooking pig feet longer does make it more tender and tastier. I like it the day after when the flavour really comes out. Thanks for checking out my video

  10. This is so delicious. Especially if u cook it for ages so the pork meat falls off the bone and the sauce gets a bit thicker. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  11. This meal is an ABOMINATION meal. God gave us a DIETARY LAW that commands us NOT to eat PIG (swine flesh). If you believe in the BIBLE, research on what I'm saying. Peace!
    Leviticus 11: [7] And the swine, though he divide the hoof, and be clovenfooted, yet he cheweth not the cud; he is unclean to you.
    [8] Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their carcase shall ye not touch; they are unclean to you.

  12. I have heard that women eat this after giving birth. I think my mom has mentioned this before. But we just like eating pig feet with black vinegar once in awhile. I have even seen this dish served in a Chinese buffet restaurant in the city of Montreal in Canada. Thanks for your question and thanks for having a look at my video.

  13. Thanks for your comments. I never knew how easy it is to make until I did this video with my mom. I hope you will make it for yourself. Thanks for checking out my video.

  14. Awesome, thanks for posting this. I used to eat this at a street stall in guangzhou all the time. Can't find it after moving to vancouver so i thought i'd search the web to see if i could make it myself. Looks easy and tasty! Cheers!

  15. I may not be chinese, but my parents make these every time we kill a pig at the slaughter house for fresh pork meat. Pig feet and chicken feet are the best.

  16. As I stated in my previous comment, I'm so jealous that your momma is always cooking for you. However, I'm not a fan of organ meats or other various less-known animals parts using in cooking, so I'll have to pass on this one. Your mom's the best though! What good sport!

  17. You're very welcome. I have eaten this since I was young, but I had no idea how this was made until I did this video with my mom. Thanks for your kind words and thanks for checking out my video.

  18. Some of the oldtimer Chinese in Cuba probably know how to make this dish. When I visit Cuba a few years ago, I had a hard time to find the chinatown in Havana. Someone led me to a bar where there was a Chinese bartender. Then someone led me to a Vietnamese restaurant. Finally I found the chinatown on my last day and I missed my bus to the airport. Cuba is a very beautiful place and the people are very friendly. Thanks for your comments and thanks for checking out this video.

  19. DUDE i have to admit im not a big fan of pig feet but this looks fantastic! I am going to have to look around to see if any of our restaurants serve this cuz i sooooooooooo have to try this! OR you could always ask your mom if she is interested in a middle age cuban son she could adopt BAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!

  20. I do remember something about this being made when there are babies. So you say it is when babies are born. Is this also eaten when women are pregnant?

    My mom always cuts here hair short during the summer. Thanks for your comment and thanks for your continued support.

  21. Yumss…I love this dish! I remember when babies are born they often serve this. Making my mouth water!
    Oh I love your mom's new haircut!

  22. You're right- I like eating it cold when it's all jellied up. I had some the day after this video was made. Thanks for your comment and thanks for checking up my video.

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