Green scallion "pancakes"
For two pancakes
For dough, combine two cups of flour, 2 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp baking soda, 1 cup of boiled water that has cooled for 2 minutes at room temp, in a bowl. Mix well and knead to form a smooth ball and bowl is clean. Let rest form 30 min at room temp under upturned bowl. Can be rested overnight for better texture.
Meanwhile, thinly slice 7 bunches of green onions.
When dough is rested, divide into two portions. Roll to a rectangle 0.5 cm thick on oiled surface. Cover dough with toasted sesame oil. Sprinkle very lightly with chilli flakes, moderately with salt, and heavily with green onions. Roll up dough widthwise tightly but firmly to form log. Then curl log to form a ring, tucking one end under the ring. Press and roll out ring into a flater disk about 2 cm thick.
Cook both sides in medium high pan for 3 to 4 minutes until crispy and golden brown.
Served with a side salad but usually as a side to rice porridge and pork floss.
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Noodles for life! 🦐 Make sure you try this Prawn Mee when you are in Singapore 🇸🇬 ร้านนี้อีกแล้วว คือมันดีจริงๆ นอกจากหมี่กุ้ง เค้ามีหมี่กระดูกหมูและหางหมูด้วยนะ มาสิงคโปร์ห้ามพลาดด! #storyofahungrygirl
A lot of people talk about the buns and the shao bings and the youtiaos, even the fan tuan (rice rolls) as a typical Asian breakfast. That is all true but one of my earliest memories of walking to school and my go to was this: mantou with a fried egg. It was cheap, it had carbs and protein and it didn’t make my breath smelled like pork at 8am and it wasn’t greasy.
I love that I can find these in Asian markets now cuz let’s face it, dough making is my weakness...so yay for Asian markets!
Steamed mantou (steamed bread basically), fried egg, a smear of soy paste.