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๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡น Pig Foot Souse Recipe by Chef Jeremy Lovell

Yield - 6 servings

Cook time โ€“ 30mins

Marinating time โ€“ Approx. 4hrs

Prep time โ€“ 20mins


Pig foot โ€“ 2 lbs

Washing of pig foot:

Fresh lime juice- 6 tbsp

Water โ€“ 6 cups

Marinade mix ingredients:

Whole habanero โ€“ 1 whole

Chadon beni/Culantro โ€“ 3 tbsp (finely chopped)

Pimento peppers โ€“ 3 tbsp (finely chopped)

Garlic peeled โ€“ 3 tbsp (finely chopped)

Salt to taste

Black pepper -1 tbsp

Cucumber โ€“ 1 cup (sliced thinly)

Red onion โ€“ 1 cup (sliced thinly

Chive chopped โ€“ 3 tbsp

Water โ€“ approx. 2 cups

Lime juice โ€“ 6 tbsp

For boiling:

Salt โ€“ 3 tbsp


Washing and cleaning of pig foot:

Clean any hair off of the pig foot.

Using a large bowl, place pig foot, water and lime juice, mix for 2minutes.

Allow pig foot to soak for 10 minutes then rinse under running water for 2 minutes.

Boiling of pig foot:

Place pig foot in large pot and fill with water.

Put pot with pig foot and water on stove, turn on heat, add salt and cover.

Boil for 40 minutes or until pig foot is cooked.

When cooked, strain and allow to cool.

Marinating of pig foot:

In a large bowl add, fresh lime juice, water, habanero, chadon beni, pimento, garlic, black pepper, cucumber, red onion, chive, cooked cooled pig foot and salt to taste.

Mix thoroughly for 2 minutes.

Allow souse to marinate for at least 4 hours, before serving.


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