The seventh day of the seventh lunar month is a traditional Chinese cultural festival-Qixi Festival. There is a poignant love story between the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl. Although many young people don’t feel much about this festival, the customs of piercing needles and begging for cleverness and worshiping weaver girls can only be seen on TV.For foodies, Qixi Qiaoguo should be smelled, it is the food of the Qixi festival, but this kind of food is hard to find in the dim sum shops outside. If we want to eat, we can actually make it ourselves. The method is very simple. The ingredients are also available in supermarkets or markets. You only need flour, sugar, milk, yeast and oil to form a dough. Use a mold to print the pattern and bake it. Ready to eat. I use a wooden mold for the mooncakes of Fabake.
How to make fried thin paste
Yeast is dissolved in warm milk
Pour flour and sugar into the basin
Pour in corn oil
Pour the milk yeast liquid into the flour and stir with chopsticks to form a flocculent
Knead it into a smooth dough with your hands. The dough is twice as large as it is fermented at room temperature. Cover it with plastic wrap to prevent it from drying out.
After the dough is fermented, knead it thoroughly to remove bubbles, and then knead it into a strip.
Cut into a few small agents, sprinkle some flour in the wooden mold, and then pour out the excess flour
Put the small pasta into the mold, press firmly with the palm of your hand, and remove the excess dough with a knife
Invert the mold, tap into the fruit green, and move it to the non-stick baking pan
Preheat the Dongling K40C oven to 180 degrees, place the baking tray in the lower middle of the oven and bake for about 15 minutes
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