Purple potato is rich in protein, a variety of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals that are easily absorbed by the body. Among them, anthocyanins and rich selenium contained in purple sweet potato can play an anti-cancer and anti-aging effect. Although sweet potato is not as good as sweet potato, it is great to use it to make format snacks and fillings. This flowering taro made with purple potato not only has a lot of added value, but also has a particularly sweet taste. ”
The purple potato is steamed, hot and mashed into a mud, and added with a proper amount of water to adjust to a thin purple potato puree.
Add flour, yeast and smooth purple potato dough. Fermented to twice the volume of the original dough.
Add flour to the flour, add yeast and a smooth white dough. Fermented to twice the volume of the original dough.
1. Pour the fermented white dough and purple potato dough into the cut surface without stomata. 2. Divide the purple potato dough and the white dough into several portions, and the ratio of the purple potato dough to the white dough is about 2:1. 3. Round the purple potato dough separately and set aside. 4. Divide the white dough into thin, thin skin around the middle. 5. Wrap the purple potato dough with white dough, wrap it like a bun, close the mouth, and shape it. 6. Cut the word 'T' on top with a sharp knife.
1. Add cold water to the pot. 2. Place the facial plaque evenly on the scorpion, leave a certain gap between the two, and wake up for another 20 minutes. 3. Steam in the medium heat, steam for 20 minutes after the water is turned on, you can turn off the fire. Do not rush to open the lid after closing the fire, wait for 3 to 5 minutes before opening the lid. 4. The perfect flowering hoe is out of the pan!
1. Yeast noodles should be steamed in cold water. 2. Turn off the fire and don't rush to open the lid. Wait for 3 to 5 minutes and then open it to prevent the surface of the hoe from retracting.