|Favorite Recipes from Great Midwest Cooks|
|by "Midwest Living"|
Great color photography and lively copy capture the spirit of the Midwest in this beautiful cookbook celebrating the bounty of America's heartland.
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This is an old recipe from my Ukranian Grandmother's recipe box. She called this dish Studinina. She made hers in a black cast iron pot. I make it in ...
Cut pigs feet in half, coat ... water. Cook 1/2 hour. Add pepper, onions, garlic, celery, vinegar and seasonings. When the water boils add the tomato puree.
Boil pigs feet; drain. Boil ... and other ingredients. Let marinate for about an hour. Do not let pigs feet cook until they fall apart, only until tender.
Put pig feet in large pot. ... until done. Remove pig feet and put in aluminum foil and add bar-b-q sauce. Put in oven 350 degrees and cook for one hour.
Put pig feet in large pot. ... until done. Remove pig feet and put in aluminum foil and add bar-b-q sauce. Put in oven at 350 degrees and cook for 1 hour.
Place pigs feet, onion, celery, ... starts to pull away from bone. Stir in tomato sauce, simmer 15 minutes. Serve immediately as pigs feet cool quickly.
Cut the pig feet in half, cook ... vinegar and hot sauce on them. Pour the barbecue sauce over them, a little garlic. Cover, finish cooking in the oven.
Starting with young pigs feet, clean and ... vinegar over while boiling. Cover the crock and set in cool place for 24 hours. Then refrigerate. Ready to eat.
Wash pig feet. Lightly season ... Optional: May use crushed red pepper for extra flavoring, or for pickled flavor add 1/2 cup vinegar with bar-b-que sauce.
Boil pig feet in spices until ... and cover with barbecue sauce. Place in 300 degree oven for 1 hour basting frequently with sauce until done. Serves 8.
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