Yeast into the water, stir well into the flour, first use chopsticks to stir into a floc, and then hand knead into a dough.
Cover the container with plastic wrap and ferment to twice the size.
Knead dough exhaust, take out the right amount and put it next to the ears and nose. Divide the remaining dough evenly into 15 portions. As a matter of personal preference, I made it small and wrapped it in bean paste. If not, divide into eight portions.
Shape 15 portions of dough and cover with plastic wrap to prevent dry surface.
For the ear dough, I add a little red yeast powder and knead well. Pinch your ears and nose, then use your chopsticks to pick your nostrils. Ear and nose dough can also be used on its own with carrot juice, corn flour, pumpkin, etc.
Ear, nose with a little water, on the pig's head. Pig eyes, I used black sesame paste to knead some flour. What ready-made materials can be used at home, such as black sesame, black beans, black raisins and so on.
Plastic good, put in the steamer second fermentation, wake up a big circle, cold water on the pot, steam 10-15 minutes after the fire off. Cover after braising for 3-5 minutes.