Dough material: 250g common flour, 3 eggs, 3G yeast powder (can not put).
Syrup material: maltose 150g, white granulated sugar 110g, water 80ml.
Decoration: raisins, cranberries, walnuts (chopped), cooked sesame.
1. Prepare materials.
2. Pour the yeast and egg mixture into the flour bowl.
3. Stir well with chopsticks.
4. Mix into dough, cover with plastic film and relax for 15 minutes.
5. Divide into two pieces of dough.
6. Roll the dough into thin slices.
7. Sprinkle flour on the dough, fold it up and cut it into thin noodles.
8. Shake the noodles open and sprinkle some flour to prevent adhesion.
9. Heat the oil and fry the noodles in batches.
10. The noodles will expand and float quickly after being oiled. Fry until the noodles change color slightly and can be easily broken. Take out the noodles to control the oil.
11. Pour the water into the pan, add sugar and maltose.
12. Cook over a low heat and stir for about 15-20 minutes until the syrup thickens. Use chopsticks to lift up and pull out the silk.
13. Turn off the heat, quickly pour the noodles and dried fruit into the syrup and stir well.
14. After mixing well, pour the noodles into the container coated with oil in advance, and press down and compact with force.
15. Cool and cut into pieces.
Yeast can make the taste more bulky, or not.
Fried noodles and boiling syrup can be done at the same time. When the noodles are fried, the syrup is almost ready.
If there is no maltose, sugar honey can be used.
The added nutlet can be added according to personal taste.
The last container to be filled with ShaQima should be oiled in advance.