Chinese Sweet (Bing) Flatbread Recipe (Xiao’s Kitchen)

Chinese Sweet (Bing) Flatbread Recipe (Xiao’s Kitchen)

Welcome to Xiao’s Kitchen. My name is Xiao Wei, ever since my Mother taught me how to cook at a early age, I have always had a strong passion for Cooking. My family still live in Inner Mongolia in the northern part of China, where I visit each year and pick-up new Asian/Chinese recipes.

Bing is a wheat flour-based Chinese food with a flattened or disk-like shape, similar to the French concept of a galette. These foods may resemble the flatbreads, pancakes, and unleavened dough foods of non-Chinese and western cuisines. Many of them are similar to the Indian roti, French crêpes, or Mexican tortilla, while others are more similar to Western cakes and cookies.

Bing are usually a casual food and generally eaten for lunch, but they can also be incorporated into formal meals. Both Peking duck and moo shu pork are rolled up in thin wheat flour bao bing with scallions and sweet bean sauce or hoisin sauce. Bing may also have a filling such as ground meat. Bing are commonly cooked on a skillet or griddle although some are baked.

Ingredients:
400g Plain Flour
10g Yeast
10g White Sugar
100g Dark Soft Brown Sugar
500ml Luke Warm Water

Method:
1. Combined the yeast with the loot warm water & stir, then leave to stand for 5 minutes
2. Place the flour and sugar into a large mixing bowl
3. Then gradually add the water and yeast in with the flour and mix
4. Knead into a smooth dough, then cover and leave in warm area to ferment, leave until it doubles in size
5. Knead the dough again for 2 minutes, replace the cover and leave until it doubles in size again
6. Place the brown sugar into a bowl, add 2 Tbsp of flour and mix well
7. Dust a clean surface with flour
8. Place the dough onto work surface, make a hole in the centre of the dough to form a ring
9. Work the ring to an even thickness at about 5cm diagonally
10.Cut the ring into 8 equal size pieces, and then work each one into a ball
11.Use a rolling pin and roll each piece into about 1cm thick flatbread
12.Place 1½ Tsp of brown sugar in the centre of each flatbreat
13.Pinch and seal, then flatten it again
14.Heat a frying pan on medium heat
15.Place the flatbreads in the pan, cover and cook for about a minute each side – you should hear a hallow sound when patting it, then it’s cooked
16.Place onto a dish or into a large bowl, serve with stews, stir fry, soups or on its own

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