Chicken Feet

Chicken feet are a part of the chicken that is eaten in Chinese, Korean, Trinidadian, Jamaican, South African, Peruvian, Dominican, Mexican, Filipino, Middle Eastern and Vietnamese cuisines. Most of the edible tissue on the feet consists of skin and tendons, with no muscle. This gives the feet a distinct texture different from the rest of the chicken's meat. Its many small bones make it difficult to eat for some; these are often picked before serving. Being mostly skin, chicken feet are very gelatinous.

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