The first time I ate straw hat cake was in college. At that time, I thought the cake was rich in levels. Later, I heard that the cake was invented by people in the northeast. As a southerner, pasta is self-taught, because no one around can do it. As for the practice and taste, I don’t know. I just want good taste!
90g medium gluten flour
60g boiled water
Proper amount of salt
Appropriate amount of vegetable oil
Step 1While heating the water, stir the flour until you can't see the dry powder.
Step 2Knead into a ball and stand still for 30 minutes.
Step 3Roll into thin discs.
Step 4Apply oil and evenly sprinkle an appropriate amount of salt.
Step 5Cut with a knife as shown in the figure, and do not cut off the main two sides.
Step 6Stack each one vertically, with the oil side next to the oil-free side in front.
Step 7A little more twist.
Step 8Dish in a circle, the tail receives the bottom of the cake, and press it tightly.
Step 9Roll with a rolling pin. The thinner the better.
Step 10If you eat the rolled cake the next day, you can use plastic wrap to separate each piece, put it in the refrigerator for refrigeration, and fry it the next day. When frying, use medium to high fire until both sides are golden. If it is thick, fry it for a while.