Pig's Ear

猪耳朵 (Chinese) (Chinese-Shanghainese)


Pig's ear is a Chinese appetizer or a side dish served cold. It can be first boiled or stewed, and then sliced thin, served with soy sauce or spiced with chili paste. When cooked, the outer texture is gelatinous, akin to tofu, and the center cartilage is crunchy. Pig's ear can be eaten warm or cold.

Created Nov. 12, 2018 by: foodmaster

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