Quick and Easy Snacks… Chicken Foot

Chicken foot and sour

I should change the title of this post, cause this was not quick and easy. First let me say I got this recipe from my big sis in Guyana a long time ago, but it was given to me like this over text -” flour, curry powder, salt, geera, pepper. Mix it together to form a stiff dough, Cut in strips and fry.” So after many tries I got the proportions right. Now the dough making part is quick. Took 10 minutes. Cutting the little strips to fry took forever. Then figuring out the right temperature to fry the chicken foot was a night mare. Okay, I might just be exaggerating a bit, but it was work y’all. Somehow I figured it out and made some pretty amazing chicken foot to go with delicious mango sour (click link for recipe).

In a small mixing bowl combine 1 cup flour, 1 tbsp curry powder, 1 tsp cumin powder or geera, a pinch of cayenne powder and salt to taste.

In a small mixing bowl combine 1 cup flour, 1 tbsp curry powder, 1 tsp cumin powder or geera, a pinch of cayenne powder and salt to taste.

1.Mix ingredients together. 2. Make a well in the center of the mixed ingredients and add about 1 cup water.3. Knead to make a stiff dough.

1.Mix ingredients together.
2. Make a well in the center of the mixed ingredients and add about 1 cup water.
3. Knead together to  make a stiff dough.

1. Roll dough on a floured surface until it is really thin.2. Cut into two.3. Roll one half out until it almost doubles in size. Then cut in two.4. Cut into a square.5. Using a sharp knife cut into tiny strips.6. Cook in hot (about 250 F) oil, until golden brown. 7. Remove from oil and allow to cool, preferably on paper towels. Enjoy with some delicious mango sour.

1. Using a rolling pin, roll dough on a floured surface until it is really thin.
2. Cut into two.
3. Roll one half out until it almost doubles in size. Then cut in two.
4. Cut pieces into squares.
5. Using a sharp knife cut into tiny strips.
6. Cook in hot (about 250 F) oil, until golden brown.
7. Remove from oil and allow to cool, preferably on paper towels.
Enjoy with some delicious mango sour.

Chicken Foot

Ingredients:
1 cup flour
1 tbsp curry powder
1 tsp cumin powder or geera
pinch of cayenne powder
salt to taste
1 cup water
3 cups canola oil for frying

Directions:

In a small bowl combine all the dry ingredient. Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add water. Knead together water and dry ingredients to make a stiff dough. Roll dough out on a floured surface until really thin. Divide dough into two halves. Roll half out until it doubles in size, then cut in two halves. Cut halves into squares, then using a sharp knife cut into strips. Repeat process for other half of dough. Fry strips of dough in hot oil (about 250 degrees Fahrenheit) until golder brown. Remove from heat and drain on paper towel. Let cool and enjoy with some mango sour.

Tips and Ramblings:
1. If I had to make a big batch of chicken foot to save my life, I would be dead. No joke. I was completely tired of cutting tiny strips but it was so good it was totally worth it.
2. If you have a better recipe for chicken foot, please feel free to share.

Happy Cooking!

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12 thoughts on “Quick and Easy Snacks… Chicken Foot

  1. Rowena says:

    My favorite post yet!

  2. Gale says:

    I wanna make this too. Lol

  3. Honey Dew says:

    I love chicken foot….now going and try making it…thanks for the recipe

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  5. Sherry says:

    Instead of “cutting into strips” put the dough on the tawa (or griddle or something) let it cook for a couple of seconds (until stiff) and then use a scissors and cut it…its faster.

  6. sarah says:

    i make mine with chicken cube,garlic n pepper gindup and borad leaf thyme n basil grind up(green seasoing) with the gera and instead of the curry powder i add yellow food colouring and a bit of pepper and salt and make it n put it on the tawa to bake n chip it with sissors too and fry it tastes really nicee u should try it…my granda usually say it doesnt need the green seasoning but i like it tht way it tastes really nicee

  7. bruce says:

    if u use a pizza cutter to cut the strips its much quicker and easier

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