Oven temperature should be low not high, too high temperature roast color heavy is not a girl oh-.
Not much baking powder or baking soda is put in, and the lard must be whipped in place to ensure that the dough weighs enough air and the finished product is puffy enough.
low gluten flour
red yeast powder
roasted sesame seeds
How to make peach crumble for girls
Sift all the flours, mix well and reserve.
I forgot to take a picture of the one with the red baking powder, but the flour with red baking powder should be light pink. If you don’t add red baking powder, it’s just plain peach crumble, which doesn’t affect the taste.
Add the lard to the granulated sugar and whisk it slightly with a whisk.
Add the two eggs in batches, beating one well before adding the next.
It’s best to use room temperature eggs, because the eggs in the refrigerator are too cold and the lard and oil will separate easily.
Beat until it is as shown in the picture, fine and smooth, with clear lines.
Add the powder in the first step and mix well.
Add the cooked walnuts and sesame seeds and mix well.
Roll 50g of each into a ball and place in a baking dish, leaving enough space.
Press a small crater with your thumb in the middle of each ball and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
Bake in the oven at 165°C, 25-30 minutes.
Out of the oven.