light soy sauce
dark soy sauce
I miss the masa hibachi.
Mix the flour and baking powder in a mixing bowl.
Sugar is added to the yeast, then warm water is poured in and mixed well. Then pour in the powder from step one and mix to form a wadding.
Add 10 grams of cooking oil to the bowl from the previous step and continue to knead well to lighten the flour. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let it rise for 20 minutes.
Add the sesame paste, light soy sauce to the sesame paste and then add the dark soy sauce, stir well. Solids melt. Set aside.
Once the noodles have woken up, stretch them out of the bowl into long strips and roll them out into a thin rectangular sheet. Spread the sesame paste evenly on the dough, then roll it from the top down, stretching as you go, and divide it into long rolls of about 30g. The dose.
Begin shaping, pick up a dose, one stretched two folded three closed to the center four closed.
Dip the biscuits in water or light soy sauce for color, then dip them in the sesame seeds and press them.
After all the sesame seeds are adhered, roll out the cake, sesame side up, into a circle.
Heat the oil in a pan (with more oil spread over the bottom), add the biscuits, sesame seeds facing upwards, reduce the heat to low 3-5 minutes, flip the biscuits over. Go ahead and fry it, just about see for yourself if it gets brown! Electric pancakes would work too, but I didn’t can’t give time advice!