Stewed Patitas De Puerco

Serves 5 Main Courses Stewed Patitas De Puerco
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Ingredients

4 Lbs. fresh pigs feet

2 Quarts of water

2 Tablespoon of salt

3 Bay leaves

½ Cup of red bell pepper {bite size, diced cut}

1 Cup of tomatoes {bite size, diced cut}

1 Cup of onions {bite size, diced cut}

6 Cloves of garlic {minced}

2 Tablespoons of olive oil

1 Tablespoon of white vinegar

1 Tablespoon of catsup

3 Tablespoons of paprika

Preparation

In a pressure cooker place pig’s feet, bay leafs, water {2qrts} and 1 tablespoon of salt together. Place the lid on top and let it cook for one hour {if you have no pressure cooker, then use a large pot with a lid. The cooking time will be 2 hours}. Thirty minutes before the boiling time ends, take a large pan and pour in 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Add in the peppers, tomatoes, onions, and 1 teaspoon of salt. Saute until the vegetables have sweated. When the pressure cooker rings; preserve about 1/3 cup of the cooking liquid. Strain the pot and add the pig’s feet onto the pan with vegetable mix. Add the white vinegar, catsup, paprika, salt {1 teaspoon} and the remaining cooking liquid. Stir everything and let it cook for ten more minutes. Serve and enjoy!

Tip- When using a pressure cooker make sure that the lid is tightly placed and secure.

Tip- Once the pressure cooker rings, do not pop the lid open. Let it stand-alone for 3 minutes. Place the pot on top of your sink letting cold water run on top of the closed lid. Once cooled then carefully open the lid.

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Stewed Patitas De Puerco

Serves 5 Main Courses
Ingredients

4 Lbs. fresh pigs feet

2 Quarts of water

2 Tablespoon of salt

3 Bay leaves

½ Cup of red bell pepper {bite size, diced cut}

1 Cup of tomatoes {bite size, diced cut}

1 Cup of onions {bite size, diced cut}

6 Cloves of garlic {minced}

2 Tablespoons of olive oil

1 Tablespoon of white vinegar

1 Tablespoon of catsup

3 Tablespoons of paprika

Preparation

In a pressure cooker place pig’s feet, bay leafs, water {2qrts} and 1 tablespoon of salt together. Place the lid on top and let it cook for one hour {if you have no pressure cooker, then use a large pot with a lid. The cooking time will be 2 hours}. Thirty minutes before the boiling time ends, take a large pan and pour in 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Add in the peppers, tomatoes, onions, and 1 teaspoon of salt. Saute until the vegetables have sweated. When the pressure cooker rings; preserve about 1/3 cup of the cooking liquid. Strain the pot and add the pig’s feet onto the pan with vegetable mix. Add the white vinegar, catsup, paprika, salt {1 teaspoon} and the remaining cooking liquid. Stir everything and let it cook for ten more minutes. Serve and enjoy!

Tip- When using a pressure cooker make sure that the lid is tightly placed and secure.

Tip- Once the pressure cooker rings, do not pop the lid open. Let it stand-alone for 3 minutes. Place the pot on top of your sink letting cold water run on top of the closed lid. Once cooled then carefully open the lid.