The pig's foot asks the seller to help the small piece, go home and wash it, stir it in hot water and then shower it, and push the blood out.
From the oil pan, sprinkle with the right amount of sugar and stir fry, add ginger, pepper, dried chili to stir fry, pour into the pig's feet, stir fry until the skin is slightly sugary, then pour into the cooking wine, soy sauce, soy sauce and stir well.
Heat the small pot of hot water, put the star anise and fragrant leaves, pour the fried pork feet and all the ingredients, and simmer for 10 minutes. According to the taste of the marinade, you can put some sugar, salt or soy sauce.
Turn to low heat until the pig's feet can easily peel off the bones.
Remove the pork feet and dry them until they are hot. Cut them into small pieces and lay them in a lunch box.
All seasonings such as ginger, pepper, pepper, star anise, etc., throw out and throw away the bones. Pour the marinade into the lunch box, let it cool, and refrigerate in the refrigerator.
Take it out the next day and scrape the oil floating on the surface with a spoon. Take out the cut and you can eat it! You can also pour a little vinegar and garlic juice and sprinkle with chopped green onion.