“White sugar has no water and can be boiled into syrup?The answer is: Yes. Come on, try it too. As long as this OK is available, it doesn’t matter what kind of luffa, banana or silk is pulled.
|Cooked white sesame||Appropriate amount|
|time consuming||An hour|
Stir-fry raw peanuts with a small fire, must be small fire, do not stir-fry (slightly over this time). After ripening and peeling, break into two halves.
Clean pot brush ensures no water and oil.Put in sugar. (Scale is not at home, I am about 300 g of peanuts, with this full of two spoons of sugar, spoon is the medium kind, smaller than the frying spoon, larger than the small spoon, made belongs to the kind of sugar is not much, like more sugar can be added.)
Small fire slowly boil sugar, must small fire, sugar become sticky, drop by drop into cold water and then harden, just do not go through, otherwise bitter.
Pour peanuts in and stir well.
Mould into ripe white sesame, no panel can be used.
Pour the peanuts into the mould, sprinkle some white sesame on the surface and roll them flat with a rolling pin.
Cut it with a knife while it’s hot, or it’s easy to break and hard to cut when it’s cold.
You can eat it when it’s cold.
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