November 1 is the traditional Western Festival Halloween. Westerners will offer sacrifices to the dead on this day to pray for peace. At the same time, it is also a festival to celebrate the autumn harvest.


300g pumpkin
600g flour
3 G yeast
2G sugar
30 grains of black rice


Step 1
Wash the pumpkin, peel and cut into pieces and put it into a steamer

Step 2
Steam for about 10 minutes until cooked. Insert it completely with a chopstick

Step 3
Pour into a basin, melt the sugar while it is hot, and let it cool

Step 4
Put it into the cooking machine and beat it into pumpkin mud (or put it into a fresh-keeping bag and roll it into mud with a rolling pin)

Step 5
Then pour it back into the basin and add yeast powder and flour

Step 6
Mix it into a smooth dough. Sprinkle a little flour or edible oil on the bottom of the basin. After fermentation, don't touch the bottom of the basin

Step 7
Ferment to about twice the size, dip your fingers with flour and click it without rebound or retraction (please ignore the epidermis, it is stained on the covered fresh-keeping film when it is made...)

Step 8
Knead the dough gently

Step 9
Take two-thirds of the dough, knead it into long strips, and cut it into almost the same size dosage

Step 10
Knead all round to make the body part of the pig

Step 11
Then take the remaining one-third of the dough, knead it into thin strips and cut into pieces

Step 12
Randomly pinch the pig's ears and nose, stick it to the body part, and insert black rice into the eyes

Step 13
Put it on the steamer and wake up for 10 minutes. Boil the water in the steamer, steam over high heat for 18 minutes, turn off the fire for 3-5 minutes and take it out

Step 14
Cute pumpkin piglets, so that the babies can only eat happily, wind and clouds Oh, value, hee hee...

Step 15
Like the kiss, can be made for babies to taste.