Japanese Hokkaido Buta Pork Front Feet Diced ~350g
- The pork front feet (or legs) are slightly gelatinous with less fat and small, round bones. They can be cooked on a grill, stewed or baked in the oven.
Japanese pork from Hokkaido, thus the name Hokkaido Buta; Buta being the Japanese word for pork. They are raised in the rich natural environment of Hokkaido.
The meat of Hokkaido pork is tender and has moderate elasticity. The fat is sweet and melts in the mouth. The meat is characterized by a delicious flavor as well as a good aftertaste.
Most people refer to all four of the pig's limbs as the feet (or trotters).
Chinese calls the front legs (which are larger, meatier and more expensive) the "hands" while the back legs (which are bonier and harder to eat) the "feet".
The pork front legs are slightly gelatinous with less fat and small, round bones. They can be cooked on a grill, stewed or baked in the oven.