Confectionery Tool That (Keo Cu Do)
Confectionery Tool That is a candyÂ special province of Ha Tinh , Viet Nam. Sweets are prepared from molasses, sugar, malt, ginger and peanuts have also been poured into the two pieces of careÂ crushed. The nameÂ Tool That name comes from the pairÂ Cu Deux whichÂ deuxtwo in French.
Keo Cu Do Ha Tinh
Molasses is put into the pan (special), after boiling flows, need to add a sophu such as ginger, malt flour for bread to be softer after rinsing and a very important raw materials such as peanuts (peanut particles). Confidential communication is put into the wok is boiling, with a certain temperature, peanut brittle will break in and very fragrant pie meter. After everything was just degrees, the batter will use pre-cut pieces of the cake circle, pour candy mixture onto two pieces of rice paper and tiles together. After you have completed the measuring process, it is often stacked about 5 to 10 pairs of wheels on newsprint and pack in plastic bags to put bread was crispy and no longer wet.
It is cooked from curmudgeon communicationsÂ and security sugarcane, secret at first be put into boiling pan flows into the mold and add some additives such as ginger, malt powder and sesame communicationÂ (peanuts). Then pour out all the bread has been baked (cake) and two pieces of cake tiles together instead of lined paper under the candy pieces which touch each meal must be peeled by hand, just clean and help take back the paper peeled but still crunchy to eat, delicious to the palate. A kind young cook (softer), draw into the bowl (for) and use the spoon to eat promotion called “candy change”, mainly sold at home. This candy is usually enjoy with green tea.
Curmudgeon It was originally known simply as candy, but then contact was renamed CandyÂ Two Cuban people to register to make it happen, which is a father of two sons (Â two older ). The nameÂ Tool That current is derived from FrenchÂ Deux (pronouncedÂ stark ) meansÂ two . There are many explanations for the name of this compound, it can be derived from the calling of the Western study of Ha Tinh, it can also be derived from the French soldiers were accidentally eat candyÂ Older Two.