Mandarin Pancakes

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Mandarin Pancakes Marion’s Chinese Cooking Course Recipe #10

Mandarin Pancakes
Mandarin Pancakes is the third recipe in session four of Marion’s Chinese cooking course.

  • 2 cups Flour
  • 7/8 cup Boiling Water
  • 1 Tbsp Sesame oil

Do Ahead:

Place flour in large bowl and gradually pour in boiling water while stirring with chopsticks. Add 1 Tsp oil and stir until damp and mealy. Let cool down then knead with oiled hands till soft and smooth, (more flour may be necessary if it is too sticky). Cover bowl with damp cloth and let sit 15 minutes.

Preparation:

Knead dough again for 2 minutes. Divide into 2 pieces. Roll one piece out to about 1/5 inch thick. Cut out as many 2 inch circles as you can (scraps can be re-kneaded and cut out. Do the same with second piece. Make an even number of matching circles.

Put the circles together with a light brushing of oil between each pair. Then, roll each pair out individually on both sides, till 6 inch circle is formed. Line up on platter.

Heat heavy fry pan over medium heat. Fry each pair till brown spots appear on both sides (less than a minute on each side). Remove and separate while still hot. Stack on warm plate and keep covered while doing the rest. Thee can be made ahead and reheated – they can be frozen and thawed and reheated.

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