I usually like to eat dumplings and often make them myself. Suddenly one day, I turned out the pan and wanted to try pancakes. Unexpectedly, someone likes to eat them, which makes me full of confidence


500g high gluten flour
Some leeks (according to personal taste)
7 green shrimps (preferably a large live shrimp)
250g pork stuffing
An egg
Appropriate amount of salad oil
Proper amount of thirteen incense
Proper amount of yipinxian soy sauce
Proper amount of refined salt
Appropriate amount of chicken essence


Step 1
Warm water and noodles, pay attention to adding a little. Stir while adding water. Stop adding water as shown in the figure.

Step 2
Knead the dough for about ten minutes. The dough surface can be smooth. It's best to put it in a basin for standby and cover it to prevent the dough surface from drying.

Step 3
Wash a handful of leeks and chop them up.

Step 4
Peel and chop the prawns, add the meat filling, add an egg, add salad oil, salt, chicken essence, thirteen spices and soy sauce, and stir well. Put a small amount of oil in the pot, fry the stuffing in the pot, and let it cool out of the pot. Add leeks and mix well. Three fresh fillings are ready.

Step 5
Rub the dough into long strips, cut it into small pieces with a knife, and roll it flat with a rolling pin.

Step 6
Fold the stuffing in half, pinch it tightly and press it flat. I can't pinch the lace, so the package is ugly, but it doesn't affect the taste.

Step 7
Pour an appropriate amount of oil into the pan and brush evenly.

Step 8
Put the leek into the box and turn it to the lowest heat.

Step 9
Turn the whole process on a low heat to avoid being cooked outside and not cooked inside. Both sides become golden yellow. The delicious three fresh filling leek box can be out of the pot.