How to Make a Flavorful Chinese Braised Platter at Home?

Q: Can I substitute any ingredients in this recipe?
A: Yes, you can substitute or omit some of the meats or vegetables according to your preference or availability.

Q: How long should I braise the ingredients for optimal flavor?
A: For optimal flavor, braise the meats for about 30 minutes and the vegetables for an additional 10 minutes.

Q: Is this dish suitable for large gatherings?
A: Yes, this braised platter is perfect for gatherings as it serves multiple people and is very flavorful.

Flavorful Chinese Braised Platter


  • Chicken Legs: 200g
  • Chicken Feet: 200g
  • Chicken Wings: 200g
  • Pork Trotters: 100g
  • Kelp Knots: 100g
  • Tofu Skin: 100g
  • Lotus Root Slices: 100g
  • Quail Eggs: 15
  • Edamame: 100g
  • Water: 1400ml
  • Ginger: 10g
  • Green Onion: 20g
  • "Tai Tai Le" Spicy Hot Braising Seasoning: 2 packets
  1. Clean all ingredients. Peel and slice lotus root, removing starch. Boil quail eggs for 8 minutes.
  2. Trim nails from chicken feet. Boil chicken legs and wings in cold water to remove blood, then rinse with hot water.
  3. In a separate pot, add 1400ml of water and the meats first.
  4. Add 2 packets of "Tai Tai Le" spicy hot braising seasoning. No need for additional seasoning.
  5. Cover and simmer on medium-low heat for 30 minutes, then add kelp, edamame, and other vegetables. Cover and simmer for another 10 minutes.
  6. The dish should be fragrant at this point.
  7. Serve hot, ideal for gatherings.
  8. Enjoy the mouthwatering aroma and taste!
  • High in protein from chicken, pork, and edamame.
  • Contains beneficial nutrients from lotus root and kelp.
  • Rich in flavors, making it a satisfying meal option.
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