Make this easy recipe paired with vanilla ice cream topped with honey and sesame seeds
Some claim that Chinese food dates back 400,000 years to the China Man and his use of fire. Some additional histories of Chinese food trace its origin to the Chinese stone period. However, Chinese cuisine now has the title of being the most well-liked in the entire world. One might question what exactly is so wonderful about Chinese food in light of all the controversy surrounding it. It is wholesome, to put it simply. It has the qualities of being wholesome, affordable, balanced, and delectable. Chinese cuisine is well-liked throughout the world and is adaptable to modern lifestyles because it exemplifies the strong connection between eating and the wellbeing of the body, mind, and spirit. We all seek harmony in our lives, and this is based on the age-old Taoist theory of Yin and Yang, which holds that the key to harmony is balance and contrast. Each food made in China has a harmony of flavour, texture, aroma, and colour.
All Chinese foods skillfully combine the six primary flavors—sweet, sour, pungent, hot, salty, and spicy. A common Chinese dessert called darsaan is formed with fried wonton noodles. Along with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, the noodles are topped with honey and sesame seeds.
Here is the recipe
1 tbsp Oil
1 cup Maida
1/4 tsp Baking powder
1/4 cup water
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp roasted sesame seeds
1 tbsp water
1/4 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp salt
In a pan, boil water. Make the dough, take a bowl and add all-purpose flour, and boiled water and mix nicely. Roll the dough into thin sheets, dust the dry flour to make the process smooth. Now cut into flat straps. Add these prepared noodles in another boiling water pan, when noodles are cooked it will come on to top. With the help of a mesh sieve, remove it to a plate and keep it aside to cool.
Heat oil in a pan and fry the boiled noodles until light brown colour. In another pan and add sugar, melt it on simmering flame. Add honey, lime juice, sesame seeds, and fried noodles use tongs to mix until sugar mixture coats on noodles. Transfer into serving plate, sprinkle some sesame seeds and add ice cream.
Water should be added to the dough gradually, not all at once.
Water should be added to the dough gradually, not all at once. Adjust the water so that the dough is not overly soft.
Roll the dough out thinly and uniformly.
Before adding honey, turn off the heat while creating the syrup.
Coat the strips as soon as the syrup is prepared.