Merry Christmas <3
Ha ha! haven't yet Christmas. We all are waiting for it, aren't we?
Oh yeah! Now I am here to tell you how to make a Christmas snack.
My colleague saw this snack from some Japanese cooking shows and she tried it at work. I got the idea from her and I have a big packet of spaghetti to try it out :)
So yeah! are you ready?
Here we go! :)
Ingredients needed are highlighted in red colour
>>First of all, you will need dry noodle or dry pasta ( thicker better ).
>>Cook it according to the instruction written on its packet.
>>Remove hot water and replace with cold water
>>And then again remove all the water
>>Make sure the pasta strings are not very wet ( keep them damp )
>>Put them into the bowl
>>Put equal amount of rice flour and sugar onto them ( do not use the fine sugar here, try to get bigger crystal )
>>Mix the pasta well with the flour and sugar
>>Take four strings at a time and make into shapes
*twist and ring*
(don't make it too tight)
>>Stand by them on the plate
>>Fry one by one until it turns golden brown
>>Put them on the dry plate
>>top each of them with sugar again ( if you like it sweet )
Unfortunately, this pastry is not good to eat after keeping it for long. It is not crispy anymore after half an hour. So if you guys are trying this at home, you better eat immediately after it has been fried.
It has a problem when you give this to someone as a gift. I will try to post another pastry or cake making for you guys to prepare as a Christmas gift.
But I wrapped it properly to show you how cute it is!
>>Put at least three pastries into a transparent plastic bag ( floral print transparent bag is also a great idea )
>>Since this is a Christmas gift, red colour ribbon is more suitable. ( if you want to have double ribbons, red+white or red+green will be better )
<3 Cute Christmas gift <3