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EASY DELICIOUS Chinese Pork Bun Recipe (Baozi 包子)

I LOVE Chinese dumplings and buns, and if you never tried them before then you are definitely missing out! Here is my Chinese pork bun dumpling recipe that you can make in your own kitchen. This recipe will give you delicious juicy little Chinese pork buns that you will love.

WARNING!!! These sauces are SUPER expensive online so I recommend everyone to buy it in stores if possible.

Ingredients:
For the dough
2 cups All purpose flour(best to get dumpling or bun flour at Chinese market) :
3/4 cups of water
1tsp yeast
1tsp sugar

Filling:
White pepper, couple pinches
12 oz pork, 70/30 or 80/20 is best, not too lean
1 tsp minced ginger
1 stalk of scallion
1 tbsp soy sauce
1/4 tsb salt
1/4 tsb sugar
1 tbsp oyster sauce:
1 tbsp chinese rice cooking wine:
2 tsp corn starch
2 tbsp sesame oil:
.4 cup of water

Tools:
Parchment paper
Plastic wrap
Steamer

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74 thoughts on “EASY DELICIOUS Chinese Pork Bun Recipe (Baozi 包子)

  1. I was actually thinking yesterday about why you have never made a video on how to make a dumpling. Thanks for showing us. I know it’s gonna take some time for prep but it’s gonna be worth the wait.

  2. hi Micky, thanks for sharing the recipe, definley will try them , there look amazingly Good. God bless, bye. 🍴

  3. When you go to a restaurant and order a pork bun that turns out dry and it gets juicier…. through your tears

  4. Did yall just see that 01:22 ?! That is some kung fu reflects right there.

    1. The original commenter was not being racist, you’re just being a moron and seeing offense where there was none. People have used the expression (and it is an expression) irregardless of the ethnicity of the one spoken about. Get the hell over yourself and grow up.

    2. Why are you being upset when you don’t know the feeling of the individual? If Mike is upset about the comment, then you can put your money where your mouth is. If he was, he would of deleted the comment a long time ago. Stop being upset for people when you don’t know if they’re upset or not.

  5. im going to try this out! If all goes well, I’ll start my very own pork bun business 😂😂

    1. So after you freeze them, how do you steam then again? Just let them get to room temperature and steam as normal?

    2. I didn’t add yeast. No need to wait for hours. I made the dough then stuffed them and steamed them right away. And got some tasty jiaozi dumplings. It’s like soup dumplings without the soup lol.

    1. betty chen that’s what Chinese people been doing for thousands of years. The red bean paste baozi is one of my absolute favorites

    2. @ betty chen : What goes well together as an alternatively sweet filling is to cut mango and banana in little cubes. What can make the fruits stick together as little balls and absorb the excess juice are rice noodles or potato noodles (e.g. 粉条 fěn tiáo).

  6. Ligtly oil the bowl that you put your dough in so when it proofs it doesn’t stick to the bowl

    1. They are also using metal steamers, which won’t absorb moisture like a bamboo steamer. So they probably use the oil to keep the buns from becoming soggy. Just a guess – but NOBODY likes soggy buns.

    1. lol, I haven’t thought about that game in years. I fancy playing Kessen now as well.

    2. CaptainDerp Man, I remember those damn archers in 3. They were nightmare tier.

  7. I think that “Strictly Dumplings” is light years ahead of the Travel Channel and Food Networks current offerings. The content of critiques, demonstrations and virtual tours are top quality. I have thoroughly enjoyed every one of their videos. Big things are ahead for “Strictly Dumplings”!

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