Forgive my lack of language, I don't know how to describe it, I want to know what it is, just like me, buy amaranth and bring it to yourself to taste it...
Add appropriate amount of water to the mixture, and stir the flour into snow flakes.
Knead the dough into a smooth surface
Put the dough in a fresh-keeping bag or cover with plastic wrap and rub for 20 minutes.
Add boiling water to the pot, add the leeks, and simmer for 10 minutes.
Leek picks up cold water
Chopped chopped water and chopped
Cut the meat into small pieces and knead it with ginger.
Add the pepper powder and replace it with pepper powder
Put white pepper
Add the right amount of salt and soy sauce
Add the right amount of fuel
Put in the cut chives
Stir well in one direction
Knead the dough into a 1mm thick cake
Cut the cake into 6cm wide strips, sprinkle the dry noodles and stack them together
Cut into trapezoid
Take a suede on your hand
Take a proper amount of meat on the suede, closer to the narrower side of the trapezoid
Roll up the suede
Roll the suede inward and pinch the two corners together
Put water in the pot, add a little salt, and boil over the fire.
Put in the sputum and use a hedge to gently slide in one direction to prevent sputum adhesion.
Boil until simmering, and simmer the simmered soup into a bowl of soy sauce, diced green onion and parsley.
1. Ginger slices and meat together into a stuffing, which can better play the role of sputum. 2. When adding the meat, add the appropriate amount of white pepper to make the meat stuffy and fresh. 3. When mixing the meat, be sure to stir in one direction. 4. There will always be scraps at home to make the suede. You can knead the scraps into dough and continue to make the suede; or cook it in a pan with the wrapped clams. 5, if the cockroach is relatively small, cook it until it floats. If it is bigger, you need to order some cold water, and the water can be boiled again. 6. The soup can be prepared according to your own taste. You can add the dried shrimp egg noodles, or add the scallion oil to the end of the parsley, or add sesame chili oil.