Small, one bite is delightful. If you pair it with a good pot of tea, it’s just blissfully delicious.
Especially good for novice bakers who want to succeed the first time around.
low gluten flour
red bean paste
black sesame (sesame seed)
Bite by bite crisp made with dal, great for old people and kids, nutritious and delicious!
Soften the butter at room temperature, add the powdered sugar, toss with a rubber spatula, and beat with an electric whisk until pale.
Add the egg mixture and continue beating quickly with an electric whisk while sifting the low gluten flour and almond flour together into the egg batter.
Mix well with a spatula, flatten the dough, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 1 hour.
Divide the red bean paste into 5 portions of 50g each and the dough into 5 portions of 70g each; roll each into 20-25cm strips. Sprinkle a small amount of flour on the surface to prevent sticking and roll out each piece of dough into a long sheet.
Put the beanstalk in the middle.
Pinch to close and rub a little to even out the thickness of the pastry.
Use a stiff spatula to cut into 2cm sections.
Drain into a baking dish, brush the egg yolk twice and sprinkle with black sesame seeds.
After 10-15 minutes, the puff pastry is ready to be colored.
2: It’s best not to walk away from the last few minutes of baking, as each oven performs differently, so it’s better to start with a shorter baking time. You can add more if you don’t have enough, otherwise the baking will be ruined.