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RecipeSavants.com It's easy and convenient to make your own dim sum-style bread at home using the following simple instructions. Brown rice flour makes it crisp while the green onions flavor every bite of this soft bread. Smart Recipes, Chinese Recipes, Grains Recipes, Recipes Grains Chinese Chinatown Green Onion Twirl Bread PT30M Serves 12+ Ingredients: 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder 1 Cup Unbleached White Flour 1 Cup Whole Wheat Pastry Flour 0.33 Cup Brown Rice Flour 2 Tablespoons Dark Sesame Oil 1 Teaspoon Salt 0.66 Cup Green Onion In a food processor, add baking powder, salt, sesame oil, whole wheat flour and white flour and pulse until well combined. Add 3/4 cup of ice water gradually while the motor is still running and pulse until the dough turns into a ball. Knead the dough on a floured surface for about one to two minutes. Set the dough aside covered with a large bowl for about one hour. Knead the dough again until it's smooth. Flour a smooth surface with rice flour and roll the dough on the surface into 17-inch square (1/8-inch thick). Sprinkle with salt and green onions. Roll up the dough tightly into a jelly roll fashion. With wet fingers, pinch the seams and ends. Now, divide the dough into three equal parts. Make a large rope of each part with your palms. Wind each rope around to make a 1-inch thick circular bread, tuck in the ends. Roll each circular bread on floured surface and roll into a 9-inch circle with a rolling pin. Grease a large skillet with cooking spray and heat over medium-high heat. Cook, one bread at a time for about 2 minutes per side, pressing with a metal spatula to cook evenly. Transfer to a paper towel lined plate. Cut each bread into 6 equal sized wedges and serve warm.
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