Schweinshaxe German Ham Hock) Recipe - Soul.Food.com
This is posted in response to a request. I have never made it myself, but it is a very well known German dish, that is usually served with sauerkraut and knoedel or mashed potatoes. Youd usually serve one hock each so you might want to use smaller hocks and adjust the cooking time, but it is supposed to be a very big meal that you only have very occasionally.
Braised Sweet Pork Hocks | 1mrecipes
This Filipino home-cooked classic can make the middle of the week feel like a Sunday! Delightful dish that has a sweet and savory taste from the pork and sauce. Ingredients: 1 kilogram ham hock, whole or cut into 2-inches thick pieces or 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 teaspoon whole peppercorns 1 medium red onion, diced […]
Slow Braised Pork Hocks in Beer — SweetBites
On Saturday I received an email from my mom, telling me she had just bought 6 beautiful pork hocks and that she wanted to make them. Could she come over and we cooked them together? Even thought my mom lives a mere 10 minutes away, we don’t spend that much time cooking together
Beer-Glazed Ham Hock Recipe - Great British Chefs
This beer-glazed ham hock recipe is certainly a sight for sore eyes, making a fantastic Sunday lunch option. The hocks are cooked in Meantime Pilsner, ginger and honey, before reducing the cooking liquor to make a sticky glaze for roasting.
PATA HAMONADO (Sticky Sweet Pork Hock)
Lately, the TRIBE’s choice of dessert is Almond Jelly with Fruit Salad (Canned). I’m always left with the syrup/juice from the Fruit Salad and can’t bear to throw it away, so I freeze them in takeaway containers for future use. As I browse on the internet, I happen to find recipes of Pata Hamonado using different kinds of syrups/juice from canned fruits. I usually use Pineapple Juice for Hamonado but feeling adventurous last week, I’ve defrosted my spare big pork hock and Fruit Salad…
Pork knuckle and ginger stew
This Cantonese dish heralds the arrival of a baby. Traditionally made for women after giving birth, it is believed to keep the mother warm and give her strength during the customary confinement or rest period. Each ingredient in the dish, which can also be made with pigs' trotters, is seen to have fortifying properties for the health of the new mother. Large quantities of vinegar are used, believed to purify the blood and assist in circulation and, as a result, the thick slices of ginger…