Fried Chicken Feet

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I’ve got a lot to say about this Fried Chicken Feet recipe.  First off, if you can get over the creepiness, these really aren’t that bad.  In fact my wife even used the word delicious.  And as far as Chicken Feet Recipes go, this probably really is the best of the best.  The secret lies in how they’re prepared.  Though they are fried to give it that crispy outside texture, they are actually boiled for an hour and a half to make the inside tender.  And I actually borrowed the sauce from my Wasabi Chicken Wings recipe, which I’ve included below, but in all honesty if you like spice then I highly recommend using the sauce from my Firecracker Shrimp.  I’ve included a link for that as well if you’re interested in that.  The second thing I would say about Fried Chicken Feet is that there really isn’t a lot of meat, unfortunately.  I think someone would really be ordering or serving these up for the “Awe” effect, because these really are impressive to look at and they make a great conversational piece!

CLICK HERE for Wasabi Chicken Wings
CLICK HERE for Firecracker Shrimp

Fried Chicken Feet Ingredients:

1 oz Tempura Dipping Sauce
1 oz Rice Wine Vinegar
1 tbsp Honey
1/3 cup Mayonnaise
1 tsp Sesame Oil
1 tbsp Wasabi
1 Green Onion, chopped scallions
1 tsp Bonito Flakes (dehydrated skip jack tuna)

Boil for 1 1/2 hours then fry 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 8 to 12 minutes.

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Nacho Pizza

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The Best Nacho Pizza

Nacho Pizza is fabulous and once you see and taste it for yourself you’ll agree.  Nachos very often have a real nice spicy sauce over them with melted cheese, also Onions, Peppers, chopped Tomato and Olives, Avocado or Guacamole and very often, Lettuce and Sour Cream.  Well, you guessed it.  those are all of my ingredients for this Nacho Pizza and if you dare to try it out for yourself, you’re going to love it.

Nacho Pizza

Pepperoni Vs. Nacho Pizza

Clearly, there’s no comparison between a classic Pepperoni Pizza and a Nacho Pizza.  In fact I’m just showing off a nice pic I took of this Pepperoni using Vita Versa’s Pizza Peal.  And I am so glad they sent it too me.  I had this old Baking stone I hadn’t broke out yet and I’ve just been dying to use it.  So between the two, i can crank out some fantastic Pizza.

The Pizza Peel is easy to use and making pizza is a lot more enjoyable now when pull this off the wall to slide the dough in and out.  As you will see in my Nacho Pizza Video down below, owning your own peal makes total sense.  And it cleans up and stores with ease.  So if you’re interested in Vita Verse’s Pizza Peel, check out their page.

You might also need a few other recipes if you want to make your Nacho Pizza the same way I made this one.  I’ve got those links listed down below along with the Pizza Dough recipe as well.

CLICK HERE for Pizza Dough
CLICK HERE for Kalua Pork
CLICK HERE for Green Chili Verde Sauce

Nacho Pizza Ingredients:

Pizza Dough for one 14″ Pie
1/3 cup Green Enchilada Sauce or Chili Verde
1 cup Colby Jack Cheese, grated
1 cup Pork, Chicken or Beef, shreaded
1/2 cup Pico de gallo, salsa
1/4 cup pepperoncini’s, chopped
1 small can Black Olives, chopped

Bake at 550 degrees f for 6 minutes on a baking stone on the very bottom rack.  Top with chopped cold Lettuce, Avocado and Sour Cream.  Then serve each Nacho Pizza slice with Nacho Cheese.

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