PIG STOMACH-Schweinemagen (Requested by Ne-Tawi Manuel Gallardo)

This was a request by Ne-Tawi Manuel aka Manuel Obordo Gallardo, my late uncle Jess’s (tiyong Jesus) brother in-law!
I hope you like it, I’ll be posting some moere in the near future for you.


Here in Vienna you could buy pig stomach which is cleaned and ready for boiling to make it tender. There is this Turkey Shop near us in which I use to get from them not only cleaned but also cheaper. Some of the websites I found that talked about cleaning the pig stomach sounded like horror stories, talking of foul smells, awful slime requiring multiple scrubs with salt and vinegar along with a bit of knife scraping just to clean and get rid of awful smell! This problem I never had 😀

* 2 pcs. Pig Stomach (Schweinemagen), cleaned and boiled
* 2 stalks Celery
* 5 cloves Garlic, finely chopped
* 1 pc. Carrot
* 3 tbsps. Soy Sauce, dark one
* some Parsley, chopped
* some Canola Oil
* some Magic Sarap
* Salt and Pepper
* 2 tbsps. Vinegar (optional) I added but not seen in the cooking Video
* some Chilli, finely chopped (optional) for those who wanted it hot for “PULUTAN” (siling Labuyo would go better)


—* Adjust seasoning according to your preferences!



So you want to know how I cook chicken feet at home? A friend of mine was more than happy when I shared to her family my recipe. The one kilo feet are already cleaned when I bought it from f-eins in 23rd District of Vienna. Then I marinated, with orange juice, dark soy sauce, bayleaf, ginger, onions, some salt, and pepper for about 2 hours then braised until done and the sauce was thickened. See picture down here:)


Unlike what they usually do in the philippines which you could buy from sidewalk vendor or in any asian country. First marinate then braised!
While this down here I cooked it like adobo in barbecue sauce of mama sita’s with rice wine, bayleaf, chillis, onions, pepper corns and some salt. It is also a little bit hot!

My hubby and my daughter loves it both recipe! Specially hubby Hello his family used to use chicken feet in their soup and it was wonderful mostly his auntie Remy. He was raised on a farm, rice and vegetables etc. It is so nice to come across all these wonderful recipes isn’t it?
I remember in the Philippines all about chicken can be eaten like, liver, intestine, or giblet and feet. For some people may be considered fear factor food chicken feet but not for others just like us. They said it is naturally rich in collagen, which is beneficial for looking youthful so I have to cook this regularly…lol…