Dirt the red yeast rice into a small pot, add 300ML water to boil, and then cook over low heat for a few minutes.
Filter the red yeast rice water with gauze, it only takes about 130ML to cool the red yeast water.
Stir the yeast into the red yeast rice water evenly
Slowly add water and stir while stirring
Stirring into a snowflake
Then hand and into a soft dough
Cover the plastic wrap and ferment it to twice as large at room temperature. The inside is made into a honeycomb. Press the flour with your fingers to press the dough and roll it out without shrinking.
Use the same method to apply the original color dough to the soft dough.
The original color dough is 1.5 to 2 times larger. Press the flour with your hand to press the dough. The dough is not retracted and the dough is well-formed.
Move the original color dough onto the chopping board and sprinkle the dry powder into a smooth dough.
The dough has been kneaded into a cut surface without obvious holes, and the air in the dough is discharged as much as possible. Knead the dough into strips and divide it into 30 grams of dough with a knife.
The agent is rounded with both hands and pressed into a flat cake. In the left hand, turn the agent on the edge of the agent, and use the rolling pin to rub the dough on the right hand. Pay attention to the thin round skin in the middle and thick.
Put the bean paste into a ball and put it in the round skin.
The right thumb and forefinger pinch the dough and fold it, the left hand turns, and the right hand is folded counterclockwise until the mouth is pinched into a bun.
Turn the buns upside down and turn them into a circle
Take a small amount of pink dough, knead it into small strips, flatten it, and cut it from the middle into a triangular pig ear. The pig's nose also flattens the dough into short strips, with two teeth in the middle.
Pour some water into the bottom of the ear and nose, stick it to the proper position of the dough, and use black sesame as the eye of the pig. Gently damp the gauze on the raw embryo and simmer for about 20 minutes.
Put the steamer into cold water, put the wet tarpaulin on the cage, put the raw embryos in, pay attention to leave gaps between the raw embryos, and leave room for expansion. Open the fire and boil it. Turn to medium heat and steam for 15 minutes, then turn off the heat. Wait 5 minutes and then open the lid.
When making piglets' noses and ears, be careful according to the size of the pig's body. The amount of packaged bean paste should be relatively moderate, and the skin should be slightly thicker, so that the packaged pig looks chubby and cute. The pink dough is actually used in small amounts and can be made into other shapes. If you feel that it is troublesome to make pink dough with red yeast rice, you can also add cocoa powder to brown dough, which is more convenient to make. Exhausting the air inside the dough is more laborious. If there is a noodle machine at home, pressing a few doughs with a noodle machine will save a lot of effort and the effect will be quite good.