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  Categories: Chinese, Breads
       Yield: 6 Servings
            - Ken Hom, Guest Chef
       2 c  All-purpose flour
     3/4    To 1 c very hot water
       2 tb Sesame oil
   Also known as Peking Doilies, these very thin pancakes are used with Peking
   Duck. PUT THE FLOUR into a large bowl. Stir the hot water gradually into
   the flour, mixing all the while with chopsticks or a fork until the water
   is fully incorporated. Add more water if the mixture seems dry. Remove the
   mixture from the bowl and knead it with your hands until smooth. This
   should take about 8 minutes. Put the dough back into the bowl, cover it
   with a clean, damp towel and let it rest for about 30 seconds. After the
   resting period, take the dough out of the bowl and knead it again for about
   5 minutes, dusting with a little flour if it is sticky. Once the dough is
   smooth, form it into a roll about 18 inches long and 1 inch in diameter.
   Take a knife and cut the roll into equal segments. There should be about
   18. Roll each segment into a ball. Take two of the dough balls, dip one
   side of one ball into the sesame oil and place the oiled side on top of the
   other ball. Take a rolling pin, and roll the two together into a circle
   about 6 inches in diameter. It is important to roll double pancakes in this
   way because the resulting dough will remain moist inside and you will be
   able to roll them thinner but avoid the risk of overcooking them later.
   Heat a skillet or wok over a very low heat. Put the double pancake into the
   wok or pan and cook it until it has dried on one side. Flip it over and
   cook the other side. Remove from the pan, peel the pancakes apart and set
   them aside. Repeat this process until all the dough balls have been cooked.
   Steam the pancakes to reheat them, or you can wrap them tightly in a double
   sheet of foil and put them into a pan containing 1 inch of boiling water.