When I returned to my hometown for the New Year, my mom didn’t have an oven. It’s too uncomfortable for the food to be eaten. So I used some non-stick pans to make some small cakes. As a result, my son and the donkeys like to eat. These two children are clamoring for these days. Eat, go home, then do it in the oven, ha
Put warm water into the yeast, melt the sugar, put in the flour, adjust to a smooth dough, cover with a damp cloth for room temperature fermentation.
Fermentation to about twice as large
Making the pastry during the fermentation: the peanut oil is hot, pour into 50 grams of flour, stir evenly into a pastry
The fermented dough is soft, and the oil is applied to the console to form a large piece.
Spread the pastry evenly
Roll it up from the top down and cut it into your favorite equalizer
Brown sugar filling: 60 grams of brown sugar or sugar, add 25 grams of flour to grab evenly
Take a dose, the two ends are pinched in the middle, thickened in the middle, thin around, brown sugar filling
Wrap it tightly
Seal down, press into a round cake, brush the surface with syrup, sprinkle sesame seeds, press
The oven is preheated, the middle layer is 170 degrees, 15 minutes (depending on the size of the oven, the temperature of the oven is flexible)
It’s better to eat cold.
Crisp outside, soft and sweet inside
I couldn't help but eat a few more.
Let's do it~~