Hawthorn: White sugar: Water = 1:0.5:0.5 The actual amount can be adjusted by itself. Question 1: Before starting the operation, you must first understand the difference between snowballs (sanding sand) and wire drawing. Generally speaking, in order to make silk, it is necessary to make the sugar into a pale yellow viscous shape to obtain the sugar. However, if you want to make a sanding, you need to make the sugar mash to the front of the wire drawing (light yellow viscous). Question 2: Why is the sugar coming out very thin, and the hawthorn can't hang sugar? That's because the water inside the syrup has not completely evaporated. Question 3: Why do you want to add white vinegar? Because white vinegar can speed up the crystallization of syrup. Do not have vinegar taste, don't worry. Question 4: Why is the snowball color made of powder rather than white? After the syrup is prepared and the white vinegar is added, the fire is turned off. The syrup needs to be cooled for about 30 seconds, and then poured into the hawthorn and mixed. Instead of pour it in immediately, it will burn the skin of the hawthorn and affect the appearance.
Production steps: 1. Wash the hawthorn, remove the stalk, and dry the water. (must be dried) It is not recommended to seed, so the hawthorn is too fragile. 2. Put the sugar and drinking water into the pot together and heat them all over the small fire. After the sugar melts, the bubbles in the pot are large and uneven, and the steam is always on the side of the pot. Continue to heat up, and the bubbles will become smaller and smaller. When the pot is found to be no longer water vapor, add 1 teaspoon immediately. White vinegar, turn off the heat, stir evenly, pour into the prepared hawthorn after 30 seconds, mix evenly! Note that it is like stir-fry, hanging the syrup evenly on the hawthorn, not just stirring! ! ! The syrup is translucent at first, and as the syrup cools, you will find that you are successful! 3. When the water is no longer in the pot, don't wait any longer, and immediately proceed to the next step, otherwise the sugar will turn yellow, and it will fail. If you have any questions, please leave a message. I hope everyone can share the pictures of successful production!