Milk is warmed in a microwave oven, adding dry yeast and a little sugar
Stir and let stand for 5 to 10 minutes to make the yeast active (the milk surface will form a layer of fine foam)
The bean dregs are also warmed up in a microwave oven (because my bean dregs are left over from the first night of soy milk, and then kept in the refrigerator for the next day; if it is freshly squeezed bean dregs, the hot ones should be slightly cooled to warm heat)
Put flour, black sesame powder, sugar, salt, baking powder (if added)
Add milk yeast liquid and bean dregs
Stir well with chopsticks or spoon, then rub it into a smoother dough that doesn't stick to the hand. (Because the water content of the bean dregs is definitely not the same, if you feel too dry, you can add a little milk or water, if it is too thin. You can add a little more powder, you have to see the machine anyway.)
Then use a damp cloth to cover the fermentation to twice as large (time is not necessarily, depending on the ambient temperature)
The fermented dough is taken out of the pot and placed on the chopping board for about 3 minutes (I have not added flour to prevent sticking, because the dough is not sticky at all, but if your dough will be a little sticky, use a little Hand powder anti-stick ha); then put it for a few minutes to let it relax to open
The loose dough is rolled into a rectangle with a rolling pin
Then roll up from the longer side
Open it again, still starting from the longer side, so that it becomes a long strip
Evenly cut into small pieces with a knife (I cut it casually, cut 11 pieces); then cover it with a damp cloth (or put it directly in the steamer) for secondary fermentation (Oh, right, put it in the steamer) When you are in the middle, you need to put gauze or baking paper to prevent it.) The secondary fermentation is about 30 minutes, the summer may be shortened, and the winter may be extended. The purpose is to make the steamed bread softer.
The fermented taro raw embryos are steamed for 13 to 15 minutes. You like steaming in a cold water pot or steaming on a water pot. I don’t think the difference is too big.