These yeast-leavened stuffed buns called Boa’s or Baozi, that’s made in Bamboo Steamers are a Chinese staple. These steamed buns sees variety of stuffing like vegetables, cauliflower, chicken and more but the most iconic is pork filling. Served with some salsa, Sriracha sauce, peanut sauce, and even a simple green chutney, it’s an complete meal in itself. This one is much nutritious as when steamed it retains the nutrients like vitamins and minerals. Adding variety of herbs, sauces, condiments and more makes steamed food more tastier. These Bao’s are equally polupar in Japan and is known as chukaman.
Tuna tastes great when stuffed in these steamed baos
Lo mai chi, also called in Mandarin as nuomici, is a type of Chinese pastry.
Shengjian mantou, shengjian bao,are small, pan-fried baozi which is a specialty of Shanghai