粽 natto, which is a combination of natto and Japanese traditional natto fermentation method and Chinese Dragon Boat glutinous rice dumplings, has a fragrant scent of glutinous leaves, and almost no odor of natto This is a very magical place, love your own friends, you may wish to try it yourself.
After slightly washing the freshly picked leaves, first boil in boiling water for 5 minutes, pour off the water, wash the leaves, and add some water for 15 minutes.
Leave the steamed eucalyptus juice water and wait for the temperature to drop to five or sixty degrees.
Pour the finest granules of the natto-customized service for cleaning into the eucalyptus juice and soak for 6-8 hours (during the Dragon Boat Festival)
According to the operation requirements in the book 'The Best Bean Practice and Appreciation', cook and inoculate the natto species, and then start to wrap the scorpion. The scorpion wrap is fully borrowed from the traditional Japanese natto form and wrapped into a flat triangle.
When wrapping the scorpion, the amount of beans should be moderate, not too tight. At the same time, when the stalks are wrapped, the three horns must be strictly dead to avoid the loss of moisture due to excessive ventilation.
Put the wrapped dumplings into the fermented Lecan brand solid wood automatic natto fermentation tank of the natto customized service package, start the automatic fermentation process and ferment for 18 hours.
The aroma of natto in the fermentation process mixes the faint scent of the leaves and leaves the room. After taking it out and putting it in the refrigerator for 12 hours, the natto bean will succeed!
Tasting, the first step is to smell the smell of natto beans, and almost smell the original smell of natto.
Look at the growth of the lawn; after the provoke, there will be long brushing. Directly picking the chopsticks, I can't believe it. Is this natto? It has a delicate fragrance in the soft palate, and the scent of the natto is deep in the fragrance.
The practice of characteristic natto - Canna Bean (Natto Ding food works)