When I was young, I didn't like meat. I naturally didn't like meat. Every time the Dragon Boat Festival, my mother-in-law will make a lot of soda water for me to eat, of course, it must be accompanied by coconut syrup to be perfect. Compared to the meat, the alkaline leeches look petite and cute, with a sweet and fragrant coconut syrup, which is more like a child. Before refrigerating in the refrigerator, each one grows a small alkaline water sputum, when it is cold, and then licks the coconut syrup, and you will eat a lot more without knowing it. **This dumpling is cold and not hot! Get it in the refrigerator and eat it when you want to eat it.
Select rice - remove the white rice from the glutinous rice in advance, and the cooked alkaline water will be soft and soft, not like eating rice. On the right side is the white rice, and on the left is the glutinous rice.
I bought the adjusted soda water.
The loquat leaves should be chosen from this green, fresh, different from the loquat leaves of the meat.
After washing the glutinous rice, add 1 tablespoon of soda water, 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil and soak for about 8 to 12 hours in about 1 inch of high-definition water or soak overnight. If the weather is too hot in summer, prevent the rice from deteriorating. When you are soaking, remember to collect the refrigerator.
After soaking the glutinous rice drained water, add a spoonful of vegetable oil and mix well.
The leaves are blanched with boiling water and dried.
The leeks with boiling water are more tough, and it is not easy to break when the scorpion is wrapped.
To start the bag! Take two pieces of eucalyptus leaves together.
Fold up on both sides.
Like this, fold into the shape of a funnel.
Join the seven-point full rice. (If Miga is too full, the scorpion will not be soft to eat! So, don't be too greedy.)
Fold the top leaves down.
Cover the rice.
Form a triangle.
The extra leaves are folded sideways until a triangular scorpion appears.
Beginners can also try the following methods, which is the method I used when I started learning to pack a dice.
After adding seven full rice, the top leaves are folded down.
Hold it on the table and adjust the shape.
The long leaves are folded in half, and the remaining leaves are folded sideways.
Until a beautiful triangle scorpion appears.
It’s time to start tying up the scorpion. The cotton rope is placed in the middle of the tweezers.
The cotton rope is wound twice in the middle.
Finally hit the knot.
In this way, one by one. . .
Until the full glutinous rice is used.
The wrapped dumplings are placed in the pan for 2 hours. The water should have not been scorpion about 2 inches, and when cooking, add 1 tablespoon of soda water in the water. The cooked dumplings are dripped with dry water, cooled and placed in a refrigerator for storage.
When you cook the scorpion, you can make coconut syrup.
Put all the ingredients of the coconut syrup (except coconut milk) into the pan.
Cook over medium heat and stir constantly while cooking.
After the syrup is dissolved, roll it and add coconut milk.
Continue to stir until the coconut syrup is a bit thick.
The cooked coconut syrup is put into a jar and kept cold in the refrigerator after it has cooled. (The coconut syrup should be placed in the refrigerator for cold storage. When eating, take out the required amount and put it back in the refrigerator.)
Ta daaa~~ start!