Hawthorn removes the pedicle of the head (don't go to the seed, or it will break when hanging sugar)
Add rock sugar to the pot, preferably blocky rock sugar, add a small amount of water, and smoulder.
During the period of constant stirring, the water of the sugar is completely evaporated.
When the sugar does not evaporate, turn off the fire. Pour into the processed hawthorn and continue to fry, so that the surface of the hawthorn is covered with sugar.
The sugar gradually cools down like this, and you have to continue to fry, you can form the final Shirley.
1. Be sure to keep frying, otherwise the sugar will paste. 2. After the water has evaporated, turn off the fire when it is very big. Turn off the fire too early to form snow, but you can change it into sugar candied haw.