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Tangzhong

Loading…  What is tangzhong? It is like the “secret ingredient” which originated from Japan. It makes the bread soft and bouncy. It’s a kind of “flour paste” or water roux starter. To make a flour paste, cook 1 part of bread flour in 5 parts of water to 65°C. Its all natural and easy to… Continue reading Tangzhong

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HOW TO MAKE MOLO OR WONTON WRAPPER

Loading… HOW TO MAKE MOLO OR WONTON WRAPPER Universaly it is known as Wonton wrapper. While here in the Philippines, we call it Molo wrapper. This recipe is a simple recipe of homemade wonton wrapper for siomai. However, if you want to make it as a business, you can also sell these molo wrappers. HOW… Continue reading HOW TO MAKE MOLO OR WONTON WRAPPER

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What is Lye Water (Lihiya)

Loading… What is Lye Water in Cooking? “Lye water is a food grade potent liquid alkaline – a potassium carbonate solution. Lye water has been used around the world for many years. It is also used to make ramen noodles, it gives them their distinctive yellow colour, and bouncy texture. Not to mention, it helps… Continue reading What is Lye Water (Lihiya)