This is very good but there is WAY too much salt. I find that instead of 2 teaspoon of salt, 1/4 teaspoon is more than enough.
i used sesame oil and less than the recommended amount of salt and it was still too salty. also when i coiled it up, i had a hard time getting it to stay when i rolled it out, it would kind of unravel. things i would do next time- use even less salt and use vegetable oil (i don't know what i was thinking to not follow the recipe) to get that flavor that i'm used to. and roll it differently. i was also a little stingy on oil, but i think if i put the given amounts, it would be fairly greasy and exactly what i expect. loved the flakiness.
I made this with sesame oil and lite salt (trying to cut down on sodium) and love the way it came up. Great side dish/appetizer.
I believe this is supposed to be served 'greasy' and not crispy, but I suppose it doesn't matter if you like it crispy.
These turned out nicely flaky, but I wish I had mixed the dough in a bowl; I made a huge mess. They also turned out a bit greasy; I'm not sure why.
Fabulous! Made some dim sum for dinner last night and this was one of the options. Easy, and as one reviewer mentioned, CHEAP! We really loved these. Be sure to let them get nice and brown (but not burned) so you get a nice crispy texture. Thanks, Hey Jude!
fabulous! And so cheap and easy!
easy to make and most delicious!