Roast Pork Steamed Buns 6 Pcs


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Roast pork steamed buns, also known as char siu bao, are a delicious and popular dim sum dish. They consist of tender, savory roast pork encased in a soft and fluffy steamed bun. Here's a basic overview of how they're made:

1. **Prepare the Roast Pork (Char Siu)**: Char siu is a type of Chinese barbecue pork typically marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, hoisin sauce, honey, Chinese five-spice powder, garlic, and sometimes other seasonings. The pork is then roasted until it's caramelized on the outside and tender on the inside. Once cooked, it's sliced into pieces suitable for filling the buns.

2. **Make the Dough for the Steamed Buns**: The dough for the steamed buns is made from a mixture of flour, yeast, sugar, baking powder, and water. The ingredients are combined to form a smooth, elastic dough, which is then allowed to rest and rise for a period of time.

3. **Form the Buns**: After the dough has risen, it's divided into small portions and rolled out into circles. A portion of the roast pork filling is then placed in the center of each dough circle. The edges of the dough are gathered and pinched together to seal the filling inside, forming a bun.

4. **Steam the Buns**: The assembled buns are then placed on parchment paper or cabbage leaves inside a steamer basket. They're steamed over boiling water for about 15-20 minutes, or until the dough is cooked through and the buns are puffed and soft.

5. **Serve**: Once cooked, the roast pork steamed buns are ready to be served hot. They can be enjoyed as a snack, appetizer, or part of a dim sum spread. Some people like to serve them with a side of hoisin sauce or chili sauce for dipping.

These buns are beloved for their combination of savory roast pork and soft, pillowy dough. They're a favorite dish in many Chinese restaurants and are also commonly made at home for special occasions or as a comforting treat.

Steamed Buns with Roast Pork Filling and Oyster Flavored Sauce 6 Pcs

Net Weight: 28.5 oz, (1lb.12.5oz, 810g)

Keep Frozen Product of USA EST.9919

Siopao literally meaning "hot bun", is the Philippine cuisine indigenized version of the Cantonese steamed bun called cha Siu bao. It is a popular snack sold mostly by bakeries, vendors restaurants, and eateries in the Philippines • NO FILLERS, EXTENDERS,& ARTIFICIAL COLORING • Microwavable or steamed preparation • Made in the USA  

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