Chinese steamed buns can be stuffed or unstuffed with a variety of ingredients. In Chinese, stuffed steamed buns are known as Baozi (Bao Buns), while those without fillings are known as mantou. Mantou is a fundamental staple in northern China that is offered across the country, not only in the north. Mantou is commonly offered as breakfast in restaurants and food carts around China. Mantou is produced from flour, yeast, and water, commonly all-purpose flour. In China, however, there are now a variety of mantou variants, including pumpkin mantou, wholemeal mantou, sweet potato mantou, and milk mantou. Once you've mastered the fundamental technique, you may create a variety of delicious mantou that differ in shape, colour, and taste. People used to make mantou entirely by hand in the past. Although a stand mixer can be used as well. When compared to other methods of shaping, this simple procedure produces significantly fluffier steamed buns.