Recipe: Anti-sand

Home Cooking Recipe: Anti-sand


The tidal roommates of the previous dormitory will take us to eat the famous Chaotian snacks. I bought a hoe today, so try to learn about making. After steaming, fry until golden brown, stir fry and stir fry. The inside of the taro is pink and the icing on the surface is sweet and crisp. It is a dessert snack worth trying.



  1. The taro is peeled and washed. Cut the side and steam in the pan for 10-15 minutes until cooked.

  2. After the taro is allowed to cool and dry the surface, cut into small pieces of rectangular parallelepiped.

  3. Put a small amount of oil into the small bowl, and then heat it (insert a large amount of bubbles around the wooden chopsticks). Pick up the filtered oil droplets for use.

  4. Put the right amount of sugar and water in the pot. The small fire begins to lick sugar, and it must be stirred constantly while sugaring. When the sugar dissolves - the syrup appears a lot of big bubbles - then turn into a small bubble, pour the fried steamed buns, turn off the flames, stir fry, while using a fan to blow while frying in the pot, let the steamed bread evenly wrapped Syrup, stir-fry until the sugar turns into a hoarfrost.


1. When the taro is dry, peel it, wet it, and itching. If you have itchy hands, you can bake it on the fire. (Of course, you can also wear gloves to handle the hoe.) 2. Use a small fire when cooking sugar. It must be stirred constantly during the process to prevent boiled.

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