1. Dilute the yeast powder and water and add it to the flour and buckwheat flour to form a dough with moderate hardness
2. Pull the kneaded dough into small pieces
3. Use a rolling pin to roll the dough into a dough, brush it with a layer of vegetable oil, and then roll it on top, and so on
4. Finally, roll out a larger dough wrapper around the stacked dough wrapper, pinch the bottom tightly
5. Turn it over, the biscuits are ready, wake up for a while
6. Put clean water in the steamer, grease the bottom of the basket to prevent stickiness, put the finished biscuits in, pat the top slightly wet, sprinkle with black sesame seeds
7. Cover the lid and steam on high heat for 30 minutes, and it's ready to be out of the pot after it's cooked through
8. Take out the steamed buckwheat cake, let it cool slightly, and cut into pieces
1. Buckwheat flour can be bought ready-made, or you can buy buckwheat and use a wall-breaking machine to make it yourself.
2. Completely made buckwheat flour will not be so soft. Adding some white noodles will make the cake more soft.