1. Prepare the ingredients, the baking soda must be precise, otherwise the steamed nest will be black
2. Mix the fine cornmeal, fine soybean noodles, and baking soda and sieve evenly
3. Bring 100 grams of water to a boil, pour in sugar and sweet-scented osmanthus, stir until completely dissolved
4. Pour a small amount of sugar and water into the noodles several times, and stir into small bumps without dry powder
5. Slowly knead small lumps into a ball and moisturize, and cover with plastic wrap to wake up for 5 minutes
6. Knead the awake dough into strips and divide it into about 6 grams of ingredients
7. Dip some water in the palm of your hand and roll the agent into a ball shape
8. Slowly rotate it into a cone shape
9. Use a thicker chopstick head to dip into the bottom of the water and slowly rotate it, press the middle finger and ring finger of the left hand and the palm slightly to form the shape of a socket
10. Add water to the steamer and bring to a boil, put the head of the nest in the basket with the oil, and steam for 10 minutes on high heat.
1. The wotou is relatively small and difficult to operate. You can use a thicker chopstick head to dip into the bottom and rotate slowly. Press the middle finger and ring finger of the left hand and the palm to form the shape of the wotou.
2. Don't use too much baking soda to avoid black hair after steaming.