A fluffy soft bun filled with a golden decadent filling.
Chinese steamed custard bun is a type of bao, bun or bread with a custard filling. Custard bun also called nai wong bao (奶黃包) which is yellow milk bun. In addition, it’s originated from southern China and very popular Cantonese dim sum item that you can find at most of Chinese dim sum restaurants.
Often, custard buns are eaten for breakfast or as a snack. It is a kind of bread that is steam cooked and is referred to, traditionally, as 'buns'.
Steamed custard buns are white flour bread with yellow creamy custard filling.
8 Pieces per Order.
1. Steam the buns from frozen in a steamer or a bamboo steamer, on a rapid boil high heat for 8-10 minutes depending on your stove.
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Dim Sum Items:
The below video demonstrates the ideal preparation for our Dim sum range. A Bamboo steamer is recommended for this preparation. Use one or two layers for the steamer depending on the number of dim sum.
Products that can be cooked using this method: Shrimp Dumpling, Soup Dumpling, Siu Mai, Barbecue Pork Bun, Chicken Bun, Custard Bun, Seafood Dumpling.
Pan Fried Dumplings
An easy guide to making crispy pan fried dumplings at home.
Won Ton Soup:
Use the video below to make a warm comforting won ton Soup at home.
Char Siu Barbecue Roast Pork 叉燒
1. Add the Packet of Char Siu Barbecue Pork to a Simmering pot of Water.
2. Simmer the packet at medium heat for 20 minutes. (Optional) Open the packet and add the contents to a preheated grill oven and crisp until desirable.