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Pan Fried Veggie/Pork Bao
Pan Fried Veggie/Pork Bao
Pan Fried Veggie/Pork Bao
Pan Fried Veggie/Pork Bao

Pan Fried Veggie/Pork Bao

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Known as Shengjian Bao (生煎包). Tasty, moist pork wrapped with half-soft, half-crispy dough, these pan-fried pork buns with wrapper made from yeast dough and the filling contains minced pork, spring onion, and various seasonings. Its size is about 2.5" diameter. Eat three of these and an average tummy will be satisfyingly full.

Cooking instructions: Steam them for approximately 12 minutes. Then remove and pan-fried the base for 1 minute to a get crispy base.

Ingredients: Pork, Chicken Stock, Chicken Flavor, Salt, Soy Sauce, Sugar, Flour, Yeast, Sesame Oil, Rice Wine, Spring Onion, Ginger

Allergen Notice: Contains sesame, soy, wheat. Product is made and packaged in a facility that handles fish, soy, sesame, wheat, egg. Monosodium glutamate additive.

Customer Reviews

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C.C.
Homemade taste

This was my first time ordering. I cooked these in a frying pan according to the directions and it was pretty simple. My husband checked them with a temperature gage to make sure the meat was up to temperature. They aren’t very big but the description was right. I was already full after eating 3 of them. I didn’t need any sauce to accompany it. I thought they had great flavor and texture and definitely tasted homemade, a lot better than buying frozen ones from the grocery store for sure.

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V.L.
Truly yummy!

These are really delicious and such a treat to have at home whenever I want. My only criticism is that they are small. I wish they were bigger.

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S.G.

Tasty

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N.
Eat these Bao

The bun is light and the filling moist and delicious. There is plenty of filling, not like others where you get mostly bun. The video is very helpful on how to cook, but I put less water. Do keep them upside down on the plate like the video. Else it can make the crispy bottom get soggy even as you eat. That’s how nice and juicy the filling is. Love these.

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V.
Yummy!

These are excellent - main thing is that unlike most of the others, they are not too salty. They focus on flavor, not salt. My mom (senior citizen from overseas) is very very picky and specifically asked me to get an extra bag for her.

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A.
So good!!

This is our first time ordering and we will be ordering more! Definitely the best bao we ever tasted. We don’t need to go to restaurant for dim sum!

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M.K.
Pillowy pieces of heaven

The dumpling skin is soft and pillowy and the meat is juicy and fresh tasting ! It is like eating the ones in the street of Shanghai ! Best ever !

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S.R.
Shenjian bao

Perfect! Good thickness on the dough and delicious flavor inside.

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L.
Amazing!

These are my most favorite dumpling/bao and making them at home is fantastic.

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C.N.
I like the crispy bottom

I like the crispy bottom but steaming it in the pan, made it a bit soggy. I will try to steam it in the bamboo steamer next time.