Steamed pork buns

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jeffie7

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Chinese, steamed pork buns recipe. - Hands on Kitchen

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3 Med boiled eggs cut into 1/8th
Or
24 Quail eggs, med boiled, (even better if you have them)
1 and 1/2 LB of ground pork
3 links of Chinese Sausage cute into cubes
8 shiitake mushrooms diced into small cubes
1 cup dried black fungus mushrooms rehydrate in water then chopped up.
1/3 cup green peas frozen is fine
1/2 small onion diced into small cubes
1 gloves garlic minched
1/2 tsp chili powder
1 tsp ground black pepper
2 TBS oyster sauce
2 TBS rice cooking wine
2 tsp sugar
For dough

2 16oz Bags Steamed Bun Powder (see picture)
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp salt
2 cups milk
2 TBS vegetable oil
For cooking

Mixer with dough hook Or a lot of elbow grease.
Steamer
Water
1 TBS white vinegar for each batch
Parchment paper cut into small squares

Chinese, steamed pork buns recipe. - Hands on Kitchen
 

Drake

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*shakes fist* Damn you and your delicious treats.
 

fionntan

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I was just asking the people at the chinese place I go to here in town if they could make these. Sadly they would not :(. I guess now I dont need them to. :thumbsup:
 

jeffie7

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I was just asking the people at the chinese place I go to here in town if they could make these. Sadly they would not :(. I guess now I dont need them to. :thumbsup:

Chinese restaurants don't make Chinese food.

Hard to get past but its true.

It's like going into Taco Bell and asking for a tamale.
 

fionntan

Banned
I know they know how. One thing I miss about the bay area is that you can get authentic food at so many places. Its not like Ga where everything is 'mericanised.
 

reikoshea

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Chinese restaurants don't make Chinese food.

Hard to get past but its true.

It's like going into Taco Bell and asking for a tamale.

The place my wife and I used to go in North Dallas was definitely one of the few chinese places that did make chinese food. Sad thing was it was a two menu kind of place and that second menu was half korean half chinese (Korean Husband, Chinese Wife owned the restaurant).

Pretty neat though, you could order pretty much anything you wanted and they'd bring it to you. On the menu or not. I miss places like that since I've come down to San Antonio. We had to break our one rule about chinese after we moved. 'If you see white people in the restaurant, turn around and leave'. There are very few chinese places in 30 miles of where we live with actual chinese (or koreans) working there. Makes like almost not worth living without good chinese.
 
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