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Donkey roll, also known as bean cake, is one of the traditional snacks in old Beijing. "Donkey roll" is a long roll made of yellow rice stuffing. Because the bottom of the roll is covered with soybean noodles, when eating, the long roll is rolled on the bean noodles, which looks like donkey roll, so it is named.

The practice of donkey rolling - the nutritional value of donkey rolling

Introduction to donkey rolling

Donkey rolling is one of the traditional snacks in old Beijing. The yellow, white and red colors of the finished product are clear and beautiful. Because the soybean noodles sprinkled in the final production process are like the waves of loess raised by wild donkeys in the outskirts of old Beijing, it is named "donkey roll".

The raw materials of "donkey roll" include rice noodles, soybean noodles, Chengsha, sugar, sesame oil, osmanthus, green and red silk and melon seeds. Its production is divided into three processes: blank making, filling and forming. The prepared "donkey roll" is covered with bean noodles, which is golden yellow, with sweet bean filling, soft entrance and unique flavor. It is a traditional snack suitable for all ages.

Doumian roll, known as donkey roll in Beijing, is one of the ancient varieties of Manchu and Beijing snacks (generally called Doumian roll in Manchu area). Its raw material is steamed with yellow rice flour and water, and when it is mixed with flour, it is slightly more watered and softer. Originated in Manchuria, originated in Chengde and prevailed in Beijing. As the Qing Dynasty's eight banners loved sticky food, "donkey rolling" soon spread to Beijing and became a flavor snack in Beijing.

The practice of donkey rolling

The raw material of donkey rolling is steamed with yellow rice noodles with water, and then slightly more water and softer. In addition, stir fry the soybeans and roll them into flour. When making, roll the steamed yellow rice noodles with soybean flour, then put on red bean paste (or brown sugar) and roll them up, cut them into small pieces of 100g, and sprinkle them with white sugar. The filling is required to be evenly rolled, with distinct layers and yellow appearance, characterized by fragrance, sweetness and stickiness, as well as strong flavor of soybean powder.

Material preparation: jiangmi powder, Hongdou sand and soybean noodles

Production steps:

1. Pour the rice noodles into a small basin (the amount depends on the number of people to eat, a little more if there are many people, and a little more if there are greedy kittens). Use warm water and make dough, take an empty plate, and smear a layer of sesame oil on the bottom of the plate, so that the steamed noodles will not stick to the plate. Put the noodles on the plate, steam in the pot, about 20 minutes, 5-10 minutes before the fire, then turn the back to a small fire.

2. Stir fry the noodles when steaming. Pour the noodles directly into the pot and stir fry them. Stir fry them into golden color, with a little paste taste (Note: paste taste does not equal to stir fry them into black!) stir fry for about five minutes, then get out of the pot.

3. Pour out the red bean sand, put in half a small bowl of water, stir evenly, set aside.

4. When the noodles are steamed (to be spread on a plate and steamed), take them out, sprinkle a layer of soybean noodles on the chopping board, roll the rice noodles on it into a large piece, spread the red bean sand evenly on it (leave a section on the edge without wiping), then roll them into a roll from the beginning, and sprinkle more soybean noodles on the outer layer.

5. Cut into small sections with a knife (DIP water on the knife when cutting the sticky surface, it won't stick to the knife), paste a layer of soybean noodles on each section, and then put it on the plate, so that a delicious donkey rolls out of the pot.

The nutritional value of donkey rolling

Rich in copper, copper is an indispensable micronutrient for human health, which has an important impact on the development and function of blood, central nervous system, immune system, hair, skin and bone tissue, brain, liver, heart and other internal organs.

Rich in sodium, adjust osmotic pressure and maintain acid-base balance.

Rich in carbohydrates, it is an important substance to constitute the body. It stores and provides heat energy, energy necessary to maintain brain function, regulates fat metabolism, provides dietary fiber, saves protein, detoxifies and enhances intestinal function.

Suitable people: suitable for people who have dizziness, fatigue, drowsiness, tinnitus, eyesight, pale skin, mucous membrane and nails, and feel shortness of breath, osteoporosis and palpitation after physical activity.

Suitable for high temperature, heavy physical labor, frequent sweating.

Diet tyerapy:

1. Improve immunity: enzymes related to immune function in the form of minerals such as copper.

2. Energy supplement: contains carbohydrates, which can provide energy for the body quickly.

3. Calming mind and eliminating boredom: carbohydrates can supplement the glucose consumed by the brain, relieve the fatigue, irritability, dizziness, insomnia, sweating at night, inattention, forgetfulness, extreme thirst, depression, disorder, and even hallucinations caused by insufficient glucose supply in the brain.

4. Xiaoshi: it is helpful for the secretion of gastric acid and the digestion of food, and is suitable for the treatment of the syndrome of food stagnation.