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Flour - 1 cup
Salt - 2 tsp
Hot water - 4 tsp
Corn flour - 2 tbsp
(wrapped in a piece of gauze)
Extra corn flour


  • Sift flour ad salt in a bowl, add hot water, mix well with your fingers, knead until smooth and soft.
  • Wrap in a damp cloth and set aside for 20 minutes.
  • Sprinkle little corn flour over a rolling board, knead dough once more then roll out carefully to a thin circle.
  • Sprinkle more corn flour over the dough with the gauze bag.
  • Roll up away from one onto the rolling pin, then roll out.
  • Repeat with the underside, open up and sprinkle corn flour.
  • Roll up in rolling pin again, remove the pin and roll out again, repeat the process 5 times, until dough is 1/10" thick.
  • Fold the dough like an envelope which should be 3" wide only.
  • Cut the long envelope shape dough into 3" long pieces, then cut each into 3" square wrappers.
  • Use as required.
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