1. Pour glutinous rice flour, lotus root flour and powdered sugar into a bowl and mix well. (Add matcha powder or purple sweet potato powder to other flavors)
2. Add water several times in small amounts and stir to form a moderately hard dough.
3. Divide the dough into small portions and knead into balls.
4. Cover with plastic wrap to prevent the surface from drying out.
5. Boil a pot of water, add the balls when the water boils.
6. Cook until the balls float, remove them and put them in ice water to cool them to keep the taste of Q bombs.
7. Add cold boiled water to lotus root flour and stir.
8. Boil 100g of water in a pot, add lotus root powder water while stirring, and cook until the consistency you like, then turn off the heat.
9. Add rose petals and stir well.
10. Put the balls in a bowl and add a few spoonfuls of lotus root noodle soup.
11. Pour a little honey and sprinkle with rose petals.
1. Different brands of glutinous rice flour or lotus root flour have different water absorption, and the amount of water needs to be added in small amounts and multiple times.
2. Knead the flour into a soft and non-sticky dough. Remember to wrap the dough that has not been used with plastic wrap. If exposed to the air for a long time, the surface of the dough will be dry and cracked.
1. You can add matcha powder, purple sweet potato powder, etc. as you like.
2. The lotus root noodle soup is tasteless. You can add sweet-scented osmanthus or honey to increase the sweetness.