1. Group photo of ingredients
2. Remove the seeds and skins of the pumpkin, cut into pieces, and steam until it is cooked in water (you can wrap it with a layer of plastic wrap and steam for about 20 minutes on medium heat)
3. Steam until soft, can be pierced lightly with chopsticks
4. Add sugar while it's hot, mash the pumpkin into a puree with utensils, and let cool
5. Add flour, yeast powder and milk (you can use warm water to dissolve the yeast powder and sugar), and stir into a pumpkin paste
6. Take a clean bowl, rub a thin layer of olive oil on the bottom, and add pumpkin paste. Cut the red dates in half and remove the pits, place them on the pumpkin paste, and wrap it with a layer of plastic wrap. Let it stand for 30 minutes until the pumpkin paste is fermented to twice its size.
7. Steam in a pot on cold water. Turn the water to medium heat and steam for 25 minutes. Turn off the heat and simmer for 5 minutes, buckle out and cut into pieces for serving
1. If the pumpkin itself is very sweet or those who like low sugar, do not add white sugar.
2. Making hair cake is actually turning flour into batter, but be careful not to be too thin. The dough must be fermented well, covered with a layer of plastic wrap and steamed in the pot.