How do you make crispy yau char kwai?

How do you make crispy yau char kwai?


  1. Let the dough comes to room temperature. Make sure you let the dough comes to room temperature before shaping if you rest them more than 4 hours in the fridge.
  2. Don’t roll the dough out too thin.
  3. Enough oil.
  4. Turn the dough around as you fry.

How do you make you tiao crispy?

They all worked, but I think that frozen You Tiao have the best texture when reheated. To get the fried dough crispy again, you should heat it up at 400 °F (200 °C) in the oven or use an air fryer. You can even overcook it a bit so the surface will be very crispy (in this case, the inside may become a bit chewy).

How do you make patongo?

  1. Put the flour in a big mixing bowl and make a well.
  2. Add the egg, salt, oil and water in the middle.
  3. Use you hand to break up the egg and mix it into the water, salt and oil.
  4. Slowly incorporate the flour into the center as you mix.
  5. Once you see the dough forming, start kneading it.

How do you make Cakoi?

Instructions: 1 Mix together 200g all-purpose flour, 10g double-acting baking powder and ½ teaspoon salt. 2 Add in 120 ml water and ½ tablespoon oil, knead the dough for 4-5 minutes until it is smooth and shiny, then cover and set aside to rest for 2 hours.

What is Youtiao English?

Youtiao (油条), also known as Chinese fried dough or Chinese crullers, is a breakfast favorite in China. The Cantonese dialect has an even better name: yàuhjagwái (油炸鬼), which literally translates to “oil-fried-devil” (or ghost).

How many calories are in a Youtiao?

For one whole Youtiao stick, there are 180 calories with 8 grams of fat, 22 grams of carbohydrates, and 4 grams of protein. This is a relatively higher calorie food that mainly consists of carbohydrates and fat making it not the best food to eat on a daily basis.

How do you say Youtiao in Cantonese?

Youtiao are normally eaten at breakfast as an accompaniment for rice congee, soy milk or regular milk blended with sugar….Youtiao.

Standard Mandarin
Yue: Cantonese
Yale Romanization yàuh tíu
Jyutping jau4 tiu4*2

What do you serve with Youtiao with?

For those of you seeing these for the first time, youtiao are usually served alongside porridge, soy milk, scallion pancakes, shao bing and/or steamed sticky rice (糍饭).

How do you cook you tiao?

Youtiao Recipe Instructions. Using your electric mixer with the dough hook attachment, first mix the flour, egg, salt, baking powder, milk, and softened butter together on the lowest setting. Keeping the speed at “stir,” slowly add 1/3-1/2 cup water in a few separate batches. Knead the dough for 15 minutes.

Can I use bread flour for Youtiao?

You can freeze the leftover sticks. When you want to eat them, cut into shorter sections and spread them on a baking tray. Then bake until crispy at 375°F. If you can’t find bread flour, I recommend using all purpose flour with highest protein content you can find.

Why is Youtiao not crispy?

Eggs improve the flavor and color of youtiao. However, too much egg will cause the youtiao to become less crispy. You can also enhance the flavor by substituting part of the water with milk.

Is Chwee Kueh healthy?

CHWEE KUEH This is really oily and high in sodium (900mg). Healthier gratification: Go easy on the chilli – it’s the main culprit behind the high sodium and fat content.