Mix water with yeast and sugar. Add flour and mix until it is absorbed.
Knead the dough and cover it with foil. Let it rise for about an hour.
Transfer the dough to a mat and flatten it to exhaust.
Sprinkle some flour to prevent sticking.
Roll out the dough into a large sheet.
Spread a layer of salted peanut butter on top of the dough sheet, remember to sprinkle some salt if you use unsalted peanut butter.
Sprinkle some black pepper.
Roll it up from one side and roll it into a long strip.
Roll it up and pinch it tight.
Divide into 6 parts, if you make a small one you can divide it a little more.
Take out a portion of dough, pinch the sides tightly, then pinch the four corners inward to form a ball.
Continue to pinch each portion.
Flatten it and brush the surface with water.
Dip it in sesame seeds, omit it if you don't have them.
Set them aside, if you bake them in the oven, remember to let them rise for about 30 minutes.
Heat the pan on low heat and add a little cooking oil to the pan.
Add the dough.
Heat on low heat, cover with a lid and cook for about 5 minutes
then turn over and continue to cook with the lid on.
After about 4 minutes, remove the lid and flip.
You can press it with a spatula, if it springs back immediately, it's cooked.
Serve and enjoy!