Steamed Red Bean Buns (豆沙包)

Made some steamed red bean buns for afternoon tea, I stuffed myself with 2 buns in less than 5 minutes! Steaming hot buns with a cup of coffee in the rainy afternoon, what could I ask for more?

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8 comments to “Steamed Red Bean Buns (豆沙包)”
tigerfish said...
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I like buns with lots of filling and less "bread"...just like this :)
I would ask for that on a rainy day too.

KJ said...
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These certainly look interesting.

I just dropped by to let you know that I have tagged you for a meme, visit my blog for the details. I won't be upset if you don't want to do it.

Lydia said...
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Hi KJ,

Thanks for the tag, will write a post about it. FYI, I just came back from KL. :')

cheers,
Lyd

Lydia said...
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Tigerfish,

I like buns with lots of filling too, especially m'sian style char siew pau. I asked for csp when I was in KL yesterday, my bro in law was surprised... huh? csp? sydney don't have meh? Have... but diff!! Yummy csp... already missing it.

Elizabeth said...
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Hi:

Your posting of the red bean buns look very delicious...can you share your recipe, please? Thank you.

Lydia said...
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Hi Elizabeth, for the dough pls refer to my meat pau recipe. Here is the link:

http://mykitch3n.blogspot.com/2007/02/meat-pau.html

The filling I used store-bought red bean paste.

Happy trying!

Elizabeth said...
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Hi Lydia:
Great, I will take note of the meat pau dough recipe and try and make the red bean buns from there. Thanks for the link...appreciate it.

Blueberry said...
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That's great! Can you give me the receipt? :)

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