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Steamed pork buns

Posted on 12 February 2012 by admin     


Full recipe: www.maangchi.com You can also read the story of Mrs. Bong, who taught me how to make this, and see photos of how fluffy they are! The music is “????” by Louviet. Yield: 16 steamed pork buns (6-8 servings) Ingredients: For dough: All purpose flour, dry yeast, water, salt, sugar, and vegetable oil. For filling: Ground pork, soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, black ground pepper, garlic, onion, zucchini, carrot, green onions (or Asian chives), and white mushrooms. See my site for pictures and descriptions of ingredients: www.maangchi.com Directions: Make the dough: 1. In a large bowl add 1 cup of warm water (under 40° Celsius, or 100° F), 2 ts dry yeast, ½ ts salt, 2 tbs vegetable oil, and 1 ts sugar. Mix well until the dry yeast is fully dissolved. 2. Add 3 cups of flour to the yeast water. Mix with a wooden spoon, then knead for 2-3 minutes. 3. Set aside in warm place until the dough doubles in size. *tip: watch the video to see how you can make your dough rise faster! 4. After the dough has risen, knead it again for 1 minute to remove any extra gas. Set it aside in warm place with the lid closed for 30 minutes. While we wait for this to rise, we can prepare the fillings: 1. In a large bowl, place: o 1 cup chopped onion o ½ cup chopped carrot o 1½ cup chopped zucchini o 1½ cup chopped green onions o 2 cups chopped white mushrooms 2. Sprinkle 1 ts salt over top and mix it up by hand. Set aside for 10-15 minutes. 3. Squeeze the excess water out. *tip: using

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  1. Karina69y Says:

    Is it the same process with making sweet steam buns or is it really? different?

     
  2. senorwhiskers2010 Says:

    @selmatheking1? Teaspoons. Tablespoons would be way too much.

     
  3. Maangchi Says:

    @chibisakuji Check out the? recipe on my website please.

     
  4. chibisakuji Says:

    Dear Maangchi ??!! i hace a question how much time i left rise? the dough in bowl with warm water in a warm place??? im not understand help me ??!! hugs from México !

     
  5. MsXtinc Says:

    Do you have to leave a little hole open? at the top of dumpling or no?

     
  6. StrictlyMystic Says:

    Thanks for posting this – I’ve always wanted to try making these? at home. Your video is very clear and your comments made me smile. Love the pretty pink gladiolas on your stove!

     
  7. puk6 Says:

    OK thank you? 🙂

     
  8. Maangchi Says:

    @puk6 You can download it for free. Check out my website please. You can get the book on amazon? but only in the USA.

     
  9. puk6 Says:

    or in any Mall as Sears??

     
  10. puk6 Says:

    Your Cookbooks are sold in? Mexico?

     
  11. puk6 Says:

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe, her search? for a long time and thanks to you her made,a hug from Mexico 🙂

     
  12. tricia39heart Says:

    Siopao? ?

     
  13. Maangchi Says:

    @musicl0v3r143 It’s no name brand. I? got it in Chinatown. Check out the photo on my kitchenware section on my website please.

     
  14. macherielle Says:

    @selmatheking1 You need to steam it somehow. It’s not? cooked other ways. Google “DIY steamer” and you will find ways to make a steamer from the kitchen tools and utensils you already have at home.

     
  15. musicl0v3r143 Says:

    do you happen to know the name? or brand of the steamer pot you were using?

     
  16. Maangchi Says:

    @patagua Thank you? for your update! Happy cooking!

     
  17. patagua Says:

    i´ve made them yesterday… we live very far away in? Chile, but me and my wife love your videos… thanks for sharing, our buns were great thanks to your recepy
    saludos desde Chile!!

     
  18. Maangchi Says:

    @LeaPapin It will be ok. You can keep them either in the fridge or? in the freezer too. Read the story about this dish on my website. Happy cooking!

     
  19. LeaPapin Says:

    Maangchi, I have a question. If I make all 16 of the buns, will I be able to refridge/reheat throughout the week when I eat them?? Or will they go bad? If they will go bad, can I make the whole batch and then before cooking freeze them? Will they still rise normally! Thank you so much Maangchi, I <3 you. :D

     
  20. selmatheking1 Says:

    i do not have to have a steamer to steam the buns? or is it? another way?

     
  21. animerox98 Says:

    i? think i steamed it wrong… :/
    but the fillings inside was delicious 😀

     
  22. lknightrain Says:

    Im sooooooo excited to make them! Thank you for? sharing! (:

     
  23. whiterabbt Says:

    i dont have a steamer, do you have? any suggestions as to what i can use instead! (^_^)

     
  24. Joopkoi Says:

    Cute lady?

     
  25. dellanom Says:

    Best? recipe ever! I can’t wait to try it!!!

     

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