Sunday 27 November 2016

Chinese Breadstick Twists/Dza Ma Hwa

I have loads of bookmarks to dish out though few of those bookmarked recipes are very close to my heart obviously i couldnt give up those incredible dishes for any reason. One of those bookmarked recipes i have been looking for a chance to dish out is this Chinese breadstick twists. Easy to make, these bread stick twists makes an excellent snack or accompaniment to relish with a simple dip or else with a delicious sauce. However this twists are our recent family favourite and you can conserve them very well for more than a day to munch whenever you feel like munching something crispy and crunchy.

Chinese Bread Stick Twists

Though the original recipe went with an egg, i couldnt resist to prepare this dangerously addictive bread twists without egg. Trust me even without egg, these twists came out extremely crunchy and crispy. Frying this bread sticks in medium flame makes this twists seriously very crunchy and crispy obviously while frying take your time to fry in medium flame and not to fry in high flame.This mildly sweet bread sticks are very much similar to the usual bread sticks, though you can still dust them with powdered sugar if you want some sweet breadsticks. Am running this week's theme with Special theme-Bookmarked Recipes, hence am posting this dangerously addictive Dza Ma Hwa which i bookmarked here.

Chinese Breadstick, Breadstick twists

2cups All purpose flour
2tbsp Sugar
1/4tsp Salt
2pinch Baking powder
Confectioner's sugar (optional)
Oil for frying

Take the flour, sugar, salt, baking powder in a bowl, slowly add the water and knead everything a soft and pliable dough.

Keep the dough aside for 2 hours covered with a dam towel.

Uncover the dough and knead again for a while until the dough turns smooth.

Meanwhile heat the oil for deepfrying, take half of the dough and roll it as a rectangular disc, cut into 1/2" strips.

Dza Ma Hwa, Chinese Breadsticks

Take a strip and twist it by themselves, pinch well the edges and continue the same process with the remaining dough.

Fry in medium flame until the twists turns golden brown.

Drain well, enjoy or dust it well with confectioner's sugar.

5 comments: said...

The look of the bread sticks itself tells how crispy they may be.

cookingwithsapana said...

I loved these breadsticks when I made hem. Looks so good.

Pavani said...

Those bread sticks look sooooo cute and delicious.

Harini R said...

Wow! These look so cute, Priya.

Srivalli said...

These Chinese bread sticks look so sinful apt to munch on..