Arroz Caldong Paa ng Manok made of sticky rice and chicken feet makes a great midday snack or dinner meal. Topped with green onions and fried garlic bits, this Filipino-style congee is hearty, tasty and the ultimate cold-weather comfort food.
Do you watch Walking Dead? The storylines, in my opinion, have gone downhill in recent seasons but the show is still gritty and wicked enough for us to keep following. I just love how it grabs the seat of my pants as it slaughters human and humanity to bare bones.
It’s mind-blowing, if you think about it, what we’ll sink into or what we’ll sink our teeth into when faced with survival. Take G, for instance. He’s squeamish about trying food outside of the typical pork chop, chicken breast or steak, but I am sure he’ll happily chow these chicken paws down if they were the last thing left to eat. 😂
Zombies aside, there are many reasons why chicken feet should be a staple ingredient in your kitchen. Considering these delectable gems bring so much amazing flavor, texture, and nutrients, they’re one of the best yet under-rated parts of the fowl!
Why cook with chicken feet
How to Serve
Like arroz caldo and other lugaw dishes, this congee makes a hearty and filling midday snack or dinner meal. Ladle into serving bowls and top with chopped green onions, fried garlic bits (or fried shallots), and drizzle with calamansi juice for the ultimate cold-weather comfort food!