Plain flour (medium gluten)
How to make soft and fragrant scallion omelets
Half a bowl of flour, a third of a bowl of water, and more green onions, depending on your taste.
Beat the egg in the flour, add a little more water, pour a little more water, and later add half a spoonful of flour (the kind of spoon you use in a rice cooker for risotto)
Make this paste.
Add green onions and a pinch of salt
Put a little oil in a pan, scoop a spoonful of batter into the pan and shake the pan slowly to become round before the omelette is formed.
Fry over medium heat, brown for a while, then flip and cook until golden brown on both sides. Do this in order, serve and eat!
Isn’t it easy It’s salty, salty, salty, salty, salty, salty, salty, salty, salty, salty, salty, salty. If you’re a glutton for punishment, give it a try!
It’s super soft, so you can eat three in one sitting.
Like the baby hands to do up ah, super delicious oh!
2, after frying one take cold water to a few pots, quickly cooled, so that the cake spread out more thin more round; not rushed, then the temperature at the bottom of the pan is high, a batter will quickly solidify, the finished product will be a little thick.
3, these ingredients I made 8 cakes, too fragrant, while shooting and eating