Water chestnut, also known as water chestnut, is rich in nutrients and has a lot of starch, protein and various vitamins. It can also help us lose weight. The water chestnut crisp made of firm and dry powder with a hint of lotus, with a sweet aftertaste and crispy taste. Let me work with me. . .
Cut a knife with a kitchen knife at the bottom of the water chest and cut it to the meat.
Hold the two corners of the water chest with your hand (pictured) and apply even force to the thumb. Then a light glimpse, the leather of the water chest is broken, and it is easy to take it down.
After the meat is removed, it is pressed into mud and used.
Mix corn oil, white sugar, whole egg liquid, and stir until emulsified.
Sift in low powder, baking powder and baking soda powder, and finally add the water chestnut meat and mix well, do not stir too much.
Knead into a dough, apply egg liquid, sprinkle with sesame seeds, and fire up and down 180 degrees for 20 minutes. After being baked, it is placed in a sealed can and stored.
1. The water chestnut meat can also be weighed, put into a fresh-keeping bag, and smashed into a mud with a bar. 2. Do not excessively knead when kneading into a round group, otherwise it will not be crisp.