The Chinese New Year’s husband’s rose taro is cheap, practical and thoughtful. Put a flower, put it into the flower basket, eat it for breakfast~~~
Each of them is kneaded into a smooth dough, which is fermented twice as large in the warm place.
Use a rolling pin to pry the dough out and fold it again until the dough surface is very smooth.
Divide into a small dough of 15g and knead it into an oblate.
Two sizes of patterns were used, with 6 and 8 side stacks, respectively.
One cut and two broken.
Secondary fermentation for 15 to 20 minutes.
Cold water, medium heat, steamed for 15 minutes. Turn off the heat, 焖 3 minutes. I made a shape with a basket, and it was a wonderful day to make breakfast.