|by Sallie Morris|
Here are the very best of steamed dishes from China, Japan and South-east Asia, such as steamed buns, steamed flower rolls and steamboat pots, as ...
1 - 9 of 9 for steam bun
These buns are served as ... paper in a steam for about 15 ... 106mg sodium, 28.9mg calcium, 42.5IU Vitamin A, 1.3mg Vitamin C, 6.5IU Vitamin D, 2mg iron.
Steamed Buns 1. Stir yeast ... in size. 10. Steam buns, in steamer, ... ingredients are blended and chopped fine. 3. Use 1 tablespoon of mixture per bun.
Dissolve sugar in ... seal. Set each bun on a square ... inch apart and steam for 10 minutes ... steam can be used if you are careful not to crowd the buns.
Prepare hot roll ... teaspoon (for 8 buns) or 1/2 ... steamer in wok; steam the buns covered ... cooked buns. Or hand-paint designs atop the steamed buns.
Use 12 ounce ... biscuit and seal. Steam for 20 minutes. ... heat. Let stand 5 minutes. Remove cover slowly. A quick cold draft may cause buns to collapse.
In a large ... seal. For steamed buns, place each ... water. Cover and steam for 15 minutes. ... Stir in 1 teaspoon sesame oil. Remove pan from heat; cool.
First, make the ... steamed or baked buns. For the ... preheated 350F oven 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Bake 20 - 25 minutes until golden brown.
Mix sugar, pepper ... a small bowl. Steam hamburger in water ... pickle juice. Steam buns, put hamburger ... add salt, mustard, diced onions and pickles.
Follow package directions ... degrees or until buns are golden brown. ... dough does not steam well. If you ... spray lightly with a vegetable oil spray.
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