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Fragrant Taro Char Siu Buns Recipe | My Chinese Recipes
Fragrant Taro Char Siu Buns Recipe

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Ingredients

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500g low-gluten flour
100g sugar
4g baking powder
4g yeast
25g bread improver
225g water
5g taro flavour salad oil
Stuffing Ingredients
30g char siu

Nutritional information

2465
Calories
236g
Protein
55g
Fat
292g
Carbs

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Fragrant Taro Char Siu Buns Recipe

Features:
  • Steaming
Cuisine:

For a perfect combination of taro and char siu, this bun effective mix both ingredient’s aroma and deliver a slice of finger-licking good meat juicy.

  • 105 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • Stuffing Ingredients

Directions

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Tips

1. After steaming, do not remove the cover immediately. Because the bun will be tough and small when turn cold suddenly.

2. When making the dough, gradually stir in the flour powder. In this way, the dough can be fine and well-mixed.

Steps

1
Done
15 minutes

Add low-gluten flour and baking powder into a bowl. Mix well. Then pour the powder on a clean work surface. Make a room in the middle. Add sugar, yeast, bread improver, water, and taro flavor salad oil into the middle area.

2
Done
5 minutes

Stir until sugar melt. Then stir in the four powder and make it into a dough.

3
Done
5 minutes

Knead the dough until fine and smooth.

4
Done
35 minutes

Use a plastic wrap to cover the dough. Let it rest for 30 minutes.

5
Done
5 minutes

Divide the dough into small doughs, about 30g each.

6
Done
5 minutes

Flatten the dough into a flat and round bun skin. Mince the char siu. Use the dough to wrap the stuffing.

7
Done
5 minutes

Make it into the buns' shape.

8
Done
30 minutes

Place the buns into a steamer. Let it rest for 20 minutes. Use high heat to steam for 8 minutes. Serve.

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