‘Cong You Bing’ Breads

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Otherwise known as a scallion pancake, ‘Cong You Bing’ Bread is a Chinese, savoury baked good made from dough instead of batter. Using Kara’s dough balls, Cong You Bing om Kara's dough balls to serve as a quick and cost-effective sharing starter.

  • 5 minutes
  • 4
  • Finely chop the spring onions and mix them into the dough. Cut the dough into eight equal pieces and roll into small, circular flatbreads.
  • Fry the flatbreads in a deep-sided pan or griddle for a few minutes on each side until the pieces of bread are cooked through and are golden brown.
  • Decorate with more slices of spring onion and a sprinkle of sesame seeds. Serve as a side dish or as an accompaniment to the main meal.
  • Top tip: To create a tasty sharing starter, serve Cong You Bing breads with a sweet chilli dipping sauce and/or a light soy sauce.

Storage & handling

  • Kara’s Doughballs should be stored frozen at -18°C or below. Once defrosted, do not refreeze.

To defrost

  • Take the required amount of dough balls from the freezer and place 2″ (5cm) apart on a baking tray. To avoid the doughball skinning, cover with a lightly greased film and place in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Once defrosted, store in the fridge (5°C) and consume within two days.

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