Hong Kong style fried bread stick 【Youtiao】recipe for 4 people

Ingredients of Hong Kong style fried bread stick

Hong Kong style fried bread stick

【for 3~4 people】 2 hours or more

Dough ingredients

High-gluten flour 200g
1.5 tsp salt
1 tsp instant yeast
100g of warm water

4 tsp vegetable oil

4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp soda powder
4 tsp cold water

Cooking Steps

1.Sift the high-gluten flour first, then put all the dough ingredients into the pan and stir well, then knead it with your hands for about 5 minutes to make the flour a smooth dough

2.Wrap it with cling wrap, put it aside in a warm place, and wait until it is doubled for use

3.After the first fermentation, add vegetable oil and stir well, and knead it by hand for about 5 minutes

4.Wrap it with cling wrap again, put it aside in a warm place, and wait until it is doubled for use

5.After mixing baking powder, soda powder, and cold water, add it to the fermented dough and knead evenly

6.Take out the dough, spread a cling wrap, use a wooden stick to press the dough to a thickness of about 0.5 cm, do not remove the cling wrap, cover the dough for about 20 minutes

7.Cut the dough into dough strips of the same size

8.Overlap the 2 dough strips, and then use chopsticks to make a pit pattern for use

9.Heat the pan with oil, gently stretch the dough sticks, put them in the pan, fry them over medium heat until they grow bigger, remember to keep turning the dough sticks

TIPS:

1.The whole process takes about 2 hours. You can add eggs to the fried dough sticks to make the fried dough sticks bigger, but the fried dough sticks will become soft quickly

2.The oil temperature should not be too hot or too low, because if the oil temperature is too low, the oil will quickly soak into the fried dough sticks. Excessive oil content in the fried dough sticks will affect its expansion force, and the fried dough sticks will not taste good. However, if the oil temperature is too high, it will be easy to scorch, so you must use chopsticks to turn it back and forth to make the heat evenly, and the fried dough sticks will be fried well.

3.A little hint, when you do it for the first time, try cutting into small pieces and fry first, and try the effect first.

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