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Pork Buns (鲜肉包子 or bao buns) are a Chinese dim sum tradition consisting of soft steamed buns with a juicy and flavorful pork filling inside. They're a great grab-and-go snack, and fit nicely into any. Pillowy soft steamed buns filled with a sweet, savoury saucy pork filling. You can cook Pork buns using 14 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Pork buns
- It’s 325 gr of plain flour or steam bun flour.
- It’s 200 ml of milk.
- You need 30 ml of oil.
- Prepare 4 gr of baking powder.
- It’s 5 gr of instant yeast.
- You need 50 gr of sugar.
- You need 1/4 teaspoon of salt.
- Prepare 250 of pork mince.
- You need 150 gr of mushroom cut dice.
- It’s 1/4 of brown opinion cut dice.
- It’s 1 of shallot cut dice.
- Prepare 2 of spring onions.
- Prepare of Sugar, oyster, fish sauce or salt (option) pepper.
- It’s 2 of eggs cut into 8 pieces.
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Pork buns step by step
- Mix the flour with salt, sugar first and then add baking powder. Mix them well before adding instant yeast. Use a fort or whisk to mix them well.
- After that add oil and milk into it. Kneading 10mins until it becomes smooth and non stick..
- Grease a bowl and proof the dough 60-90 mins at temperatures room until it rises double..
- Marinate pork mice, mushroom, shallot, brown onion, spring onion with 1 tbsp sugar, oyster, fish sauce, 1teaspoon chicken stock and a bit pepper. Stir fry until it cook and add 2 tbsp of cornstarch into it.
- After 60mins kneading again about 1min to let the air come out.
- Cut the dough into 8 pieces and make them like balls. Leave them rest for 10mins before shaping..
- Roll them round and thin about 15cm. Add filling and egg. Cover the filling properly.
- Add 2tbsp of vinegar into boiled water. Steam the buns about 15-20 mins at low heat.
Cha siu bao is a Cantonese barbecue-pork-filled bun (baozi). The buns are filled with barbecue-flavored cha siu pork. They are served as a type of dim sum during yum cha and are sometimes sold in Chinese bakeries. Cha siu refers to the pork filling; the word bao means "bun". These buns are a grab-and-go street food in China.