The instructions looked daunting, to me, anyway, but it was really very simple and authentic-tasting. However, I found that by cutting the cylinder in 10 pieces, the pancakes were a leeetle too small for my taste. Perhaps cutting in 6?
Another great recipe Bergy. We had these last night with Mean Chef's "Peking Duck" and they were fantastic. I made them a little early and then just reheated them in the microwave with a damp paper towel over them. Very good, with easy to follow instructions. Thanks.
Very nice and easy to put together. The pancakes did seperate quite easily although they were quite thin so after the first couple I ended up serving the double layers together so they were a bit easier to wrap and hold. That was just personal preference though, I had a fair bit of filling crammed into them and the single layers would be fine when serving the traditional way with a smaller portion of duck per pancake.
Flawless! I followed the directions exactly (kneading by hand) and made 20 perfectly-sized pancakes that were very authentic in taste and texture! In step #6 I made the dough into a 10-inch long cylinder so I could cut 10 1-inch pieces to make sure they were even. I served the pancakes with Peking Duck (Peking Duck Chinese). Thanks Bergy!