Durian is a weird fruit, weird. I didn't like to eat durian at first. Later, when I ate Durian Crispy by chance, I was out of control. Men at home also love to eat this bite, and from time to time buy a whole from the outside. Although durian is good, it can't be eaten too much. I often divide the durian into two, half eaten raw and half made into durian crisps and give them to the family to taste.
|Magical Indian Flying Cake (Sweet)||1 package|
|Whole egg liquid||a little bit|
Remove the sweet flakes from the freezer and soften them a bit.
Peel the durian and poke it with a fork to make it sticky.
Put two flying cakes on top of each other, smear an appropriate amount of flour in between, and they roll up.
After rolling it into a square with a rolling pin, use a knife to divide the dough into many small squares. You don't need to roll it too thin, just roll the thickness of two cakes into one.
Scoop a spoonful of durian into the separated squares, close the two sides, then press the side tightly with a fork, use a little more force, the dough will swell when baking, if the pressure is light, it will spit out .
To make the surface more beautiful, brush a thin layer of egg liquid and start baking. 180 degrees for 18-20 minutes. (According to the temper of each oven, don't burn it)