Easy Recipe how to make Handmade Noodles at home without pasta machine.
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If the dough too dry, please add little water. Before folding the dough to cut into noodles, it’s great to dust generously with flour to prevent sticking.
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Handmade versus machine-made pasta. Is one really easier than the other and can you taste the difference?
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타피오카 전분으로 쫄깃하고 탱글한 2가지의 수제 타피오카펄을 만들었어요~
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타피오카 전분으로 쫄깃하고 탱글한 2가지의 수제 타피오카펄을 만들었어요~
일반적인 펄과 코코아파우더를 섞어 진한 색의 펄을 만들었는데 함께 섞어 놓으니 더 먹음직스러워 보이네요~~
흑설탕과 물을 끓이고 전분을 넣을때 한번에 다 넣고 섞으면 반죽이 뭉치 않고 흐르게 되서
설탕물에 전분을 조금 넣고 섞어 약불에 올려 걸쭉하게 끓인 뒤 남은 전분을 모두 넣고 섞어야 한덩이로 뭉친 답니다~
처음에는 잘 뭉치지 않는 것 같지만 손으로 치대면 매끈한 반죽이 되더라구요~^^
타피오카펄을 끓이고 물에 헹군 뒤 얼음물에 넣어 한번 더 헹궈주니 더 탱글한 식감이 나는 것 같아요~
저는 흑당 시럽에 졸인 뒤 병에 담아 보관했는데 시럽에 졸이는 과정은 생략하셔도 괜찮답니다~
저는 타피오카 전분 100% 가루를 사용했는데 첨가물 없이 집에서 직접 만들어 먹으니 안심도 되고 더 맛있는 것 같아요~^^
하지만 만드는 과정도 복잡한 편이고 시간이 많이 걸려서 다시 만들어 먹을 엄두는 나지 않더라구요~ㅎㅎㅎㅎ
보기만 해도 영롱하고 탱글해보이는 비주얼이 기분까지 맑게 해주는 것 같아요~~
즐겁게 시청하세요~♬ Enjoy~
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타피오카 전분 90g
타피오카 전분 85g
1. 흑설탕과 물을 냄비에 넣고 중약불에서 끓어 오를 때까지 가열한 뒤 불을 끄고 타피오카 전분을 조금 넣고 섞는다.
2. 다시 약불에 올려 저으며 걸쭉해지면 불에서 내린다.
3. 전분을 모두 넣고 섞은 뒤 평평한 곳에 올려 손으로 치대며 매끈해질 때까지 반죽한다. (코코아 반죽도 같은 방법으로 만든다.)
4. 반죽을 분할하여 길게 밀어 편 뒤 작게 자르고 손에 굴러 동그랗게 모양을 잡는다.
5. 전분으로 코팅해 달라붙지 않게 한 뒤 끓는 물에 넣고 삶는다.
6. 중불에서 끓이다가 타피오카펄이 떠오르면 약불로 내려 중간 중간 저어가며 20분 정도 삶는다.
7. 불에서 내리고 뚜껑을 덮어 20분 정도 뜸을 들인 뒤 체에 받쳐 찬물에 헹군다.
8. 얼음물에 넣어 한번 더 헹군 뒤 냄비에 넣고 흑설탕과 물을 넣는다.
9. 중불에 올려 끓이다가 끓어 오르면 약불로 줄인 뒤 저어가며 걸쭉해질 때까지 약 5~6분 정도 끓이고 용기에 담는다.
45g Brown sugar
90g Tapioca starch
50g Brown sugar
85g Tapioca starch
5g Cocoa powder
70g Brown sugar
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I prepared a new video for you and on this video you will learn how to make yufka dough breads that I used in my previous recipes Flour is prepared with a mixture of water and salt and some hard dough
There are handmade and machine-made
There is dry yufka bread prepared to consume in winter and stocked And a bread crumb with a weekly shelf life Where the dough is thoroughly kneaded in gum consistency Handmade and healthy bread with unleavened dough This method is used in big bakery and non-farm villages The dough is cut into equal parts The dough is prepared in small balls and kept waiting for twenty minutes The waiting doughs are a bit swollen and a nice consistency
Rolled and finely hand-prepared on wooden surface
Watch how to open the dough with the rolling pin carefully from the beginning
Enlarged by adding flour to prevent paste sticking
This recipe that has been carried daily from the past has not experienced much change
Thin potatoes or spinach are added to the dough and cooked and consumed immediately
Wood fire is used to cook these doughs
I have techniques in cooking I watch carefully
The dough is added to the hot head first
Bringing the dough down and making direct contact with the fire The wood-fired dough is swollen and beautifully cooked This recipe provides us with long shelf-life breads and stocked dried flour bread
The cooked doughs are stacked on top of each other and are consumed when needed with some water
In such a way that the sun can not be seen for a year
Now let’s examine how it’s made in the factory
Is prepared in the same way as a dough kneading machine Divided in equal parts
The doughs are slightly opened and finely prepared with the machine
It is cooked in this way
Baked doughs are soaked and packed
Here a different method is being applied
The dough that comes in strips is automatically cut round and it is very practical
Then I use these doughs and I make pies this way
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A lot of us, by now, have a pasta machine, but if you are really hardcore, you make it by hand 😉 A rolling pin and a knife is all you need. The funny thing is that it does actually not take any longer to do it by hand … but it’s quite a bit harder on the arms. Ok. A machine is easier, but it’s fun to do it all by hand.
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Chinese Handmade Noodles (Chinese Style Cooking Recipe)
Welcome to Xiao’s Kitchen. My name is Xiao Wei, ever since my Mother taught me how to cook at an early age, I have always had a strong passion for Cooking. My family still live in Inner Mongolia in the northern part of China, where I visit each year and pick-up new Asian/Chinese recipes.
You can serve this with sauces of your choice.
400g Plain Flour
150ml Warm Water
Pinch of Salt (optional)
1. Combine the flour & water in a large mixing bowl
2. Knead into a smooth and firm dough – this can take some time
3. Cover the bowl and leave the dough to rest for 2 to 3 hours
4. Dust a flat surface with flour
5. Place half the dough on the surface, press to flatten
6. Roll the dough with a rolling pin into about 2 or 3mm thick sheet
7. Dust the sheet with plenty of flour
8. Fold and roll from one side of the sheet into the middle
9. Fold and roll the other side of the sheet till both sides meet
10. Thinly cut the rolled sheet (or cut into thickness of your desire)
11. Pick up the middle where the two rolls meet and shake
12. Place aside and repeat with the other half of the dough
13. Bring 2 litres of water to boil in the large saucepan
14. Place the noodles in the boiling water and gently stir to avoid sticking
15. Turn heat to medium-low once it’s boiled again, then cook for 2 minutes
16. Drain and place into a serving bowl, add a sauce and serve
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