Or the sesame sauce made by my own home is delicious and clean, and it’s crispy outside. It’s delicious and dead. This is how I learned from the “great masters”. Let’s take action! ! !
Mix flour, salt, dry yeast, and sugar evenly, add water, and knead the dough. Place the dough on the panel and rub for 10 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic. Cover the dough with plastic wrap and let it stand for 20 minutes at room temperature.
Mix the sesame sauce, sesame oil, salt and allspice powder to make the sesame sauce flow. If the sesame sauce is dry, you can add some sesame oil to dilute.
After the dough is still set, sprinkle the flour on the panel and pry it into a large thin cake. Pour the sesame sauce on the pastry and scrape it with a squeegee to spread the sesame sauce evenly on the pastry.
Roll up from one end of the dough and roll the dough while rolling
Make the dough as thin as possible, roll as many times as you can, roll it to the head, and pinch it tightly. The more the number of turns, the better.
Cut the rolled dough into 6 portions, each cut dough, and pinch the cross section of both ends by hand so that the sesame sauce is not exposed.
After pinching, let stand for 15 minutes, place the dough on the panel vertically, and crush it with the palm of your hand.
Mix the honey and add 1 teaspoon of water, brush a thin layer of honey on the surface of each round cake with a brush, and press the side of the honey water in the white sesame to make the surface of the dough white. sesame
Place the side of the sesame seeds on the baking sheet, place the sesame seeds in the oven, and let the sesame cake ferment at room temperature for 30 minutes, so that the baked sesame cake is very soft.
Finally, put it in a preheated 180 °C oven and bake for about 20 minutes until the surface turns yellow and crisp.
When the dough is rolled up, roll the dough and roll it, so that the number of turns is more, and the finished product will have more layers. If you don’t like the spiced powder, you can also use the pepper powder...