Healthy biscuits you can make without a rolling pin.
If you like to eat softer, you can add 2g of yeast (which can be omitted)
After sealing, let the dough rise in a warm place.
Pie filling part:
Cut the taro into small pieces. Boil the water and steam it (about 20mins)
Mix the taro until it is in pieces and add the appropriate amount of sugar.
You can add a small amount first. Use your tongue to taste the sweetness.
Put the mashed taro in an oil-free, water-free pot and add half a cup of milk.
Stir-fry until evenly and add 10g butter. Continue to stir-fry evenly.
Stir-frying is for it to form a mass and is easy to pack.
Otherwise, the filling will burst out when you wrap it.
Pack into clean containers. Reserve.
All-purpose taro paste stuffing. It can be used to make milk tea. It's ok to make sago as well.
Divide the dough into 16 portions. In fact, it can be divided into however many portions you like.
Call it a big pie if it’s big! Taro big flatbread.
It's delicious. It doesn't affect the taste.
When frying, apply a thin layer of oil, and use medium and low heat.
Say One time Surah Al-Fatihah when you fry each side.
When both sides are golden brown, it is ready to serve~
You can enjoy your own delicious pancakes
Pair it with a cup of milk or soy milk in the morning.