Pour white sugar and water into the pot and cook over low heat.
Add maltose and stir
Dissolve into syrup (small fire in the whole process, and continue to stir with a spoon to prevent coking)
The syrup starts to make a big bubble, turns into a small bubble, and then slowly turns amber.
At this time, use chopsticks to pour some syrup in the pot, and immediately put it in a bowl filled with cold water and taste if the sugar becomes brittle.
If it is still a little soft, continue to tame for a while, if it has become brittle, pour sesame and walnuts
Mix sesame, walnut and syrup
Stir in an oiled mold and press it with a spoon
Wait a little cool for about 5-10 minutes
Pour out the sesame sugar, reshape it by hand, and cut it into pieces of the right size.