1. Weigh soy noodles and red sugar
2. Stir-fry the soybean noodles. Stir-fry on low heat, don't stir-fry
3. Boil the red granulated sugar with water to make sugar water
4. Pour the sugar water into the soybean noodles and stir evenly
5. Boil 20 grams of wheat flour noodles in water to thicken
6. Pour the soybean noodles and neutralize into dough
7. Roll the dough into 7 or 8 mm thick slices
8. Cut into strips and place on the baking tray
9. Place the baking tray in the middle of the preheated oven at 160 degrees and heat up and down for 5 minutes. Enjoy after cooling
Bake sugar in the oven to make the sugar firm and chewy. If you don't like chewy bean root candy, cut it into strips and eat it.
This kind of candy eats muscles, so it’s better to let it cool. The cooler it is, the more chewy it is.
This kind of sugar is mainly to taste the aroma of beans, so it is not advisable to add too much sugar. According to my requirements for sweetness, this ratio is just right.