five spices powder
roasted sesame seeds
How to make leavened spring onion pancake
First of all, add some yeast powder to the flour, use 35 degrees of lukewarm water and stir to make a dough, no dry flour can be. (When it is cold, the warm water can accelerate the fermentation, according to the degree of water absorption of different flours, increase or decrease the amount of water to make the cake dough and a little softer. .
Knead into a smooth dough, cover with a lid or plastic wrap and place in a warm place to ferment.
Ferment until the dough has doubled in size, poked holes without springing back, and pulled apart with plenty of honeycomb tissue.
Roll out the dough into a large pancake.
Sprinkle with some salt, pepper and allspice, drizzle with cooking oil, brush evenly with a brush, brush evenly with a little flour, drizzle with a little Brush well with oil and finally sprinkle with green onions. (You can also sprinkle pepper, salt, pepper, etc. according to your own taste, to make green onion pancakes I prefer small onions, because the family did not have before using) (Onion)
Make a slit in the face from the center to the edge, then roll the pie up with the center as the origin.
Roll it up, pinch the ends together and flatten it into a circle.
Brush the surface with a little water and stick a layer of black sesame seeds. Preheat an electric baking dish or skillet and brush with oil, place the biscuits in it.
Cook until browned on one side, then flip over to the other side, turning 3-4 times.
Cook until golden brown on both sides.
Cut the crust is particularly crispy, because it is leavened, inside and very soft, very distinct layers. I accidentally eat too much biscuit every time I eat it because it’s so good.