Pumpkin 300 grams, job’s tears 30 grams, glutinous rice flour (side and pumpkin mud side), honey, oil, bread bran
1. Soak the job’s tears in advance for 20 minutes, peel and cut the pumpkin into pieces (the thickness is random, and the thin is easy to be steamed), steam the job’s tears and pumpkin pieces in water (remove the cooked pumpkin and continue steaming job’s tears), pound the cooked pumpkin into mud, and the job’s tears are also cooked (job’s tears don’t need to be mashed), put job’s tears and honey into the pumpkin mud and mix well.
2. Add glutinous rice flour to the pumpkin paste, and slowly pour glutinous rice flour while mixing the pumpkin paste until it becomes a non stick pumpkin dough.
3. Divide the dough into a small amount, take one of them, knead round and press flat.
4. Stick bread bran on both sides, spread cooking oil on the pan, add pumpkin cake and fry it over low heat until both sides are golden (pumpkin paste and coix seed are cooked, don’t fry for too long).
It’s also delicious to replace honey with sugar.