Make Chinese Steamed Buns

How To : Make Chinese steamed buns

If you've ever tried steamed Chinese buns at a dim sum restaurant, you'll recoqnize the light and tender dough. Here, ground turkey is used for filling to enclose the rich taste. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make Chinese steamed buns.

How To : Prepare the basic dough for Chinese steamed buns

This basic dough is used to make several types of buns in Chinese cuisine including the famous barbecued pork buns. Follow along with this Asian cooking how-to video to learn how to prepare steamed bun dough. The ingredients you need for the dough recipe are: flour, warm water ...more

How To : Make nikuman (Chinese-style steamed pork buns)

Ingredients Bun: All purpose flour: 180g, Warm water: 50ml, Sugar: 1 tsp, Dry yeast: 2 tsp, Oil: 2 tsp, Milk: 60ml Stuffing: Ground pork: 100g (0.2lbs), Green onion: 5g, Bamboo shoots (canned): 20g, Cabbage: 2 leaves, Shiitake: 2, Ginger: 1 slice, Garlic: 1 or 2 slices, Soy ...more

How To : Make Chinese barbecued pork buns

Don't you wish you could make steamed pork buns at home? Well know you can. Follow along with this Chinese cooking how-to video to learn how to make steamed barbecue pork buns. Learn the step by step process and make them at home. The ingredients you need for this recipe are: ...more

How To : Prepare kaya steamed buns

This how to video shows you how to make delicious kaya steamed buns. It is really not a mystery how to steam buns anymore. This how to video shows you how to prepare the dough, cut it, shape it and steam it. All you have to do is eat it. Part 1 of 4 - How to Prepare kaya steam ...more

How To : Decorate Chinese lo mien cupcakes

As far as Chinese food goes, lo mien is the most requested complement to more savory meat and vegetable dishes. While clearly much more unhealthy than steamed rice (and maybe even friend rice), lo mien is oily, salty, and overall yummy. Adapt the greatness that is lo mien int ...more

How To : Cook simple shrimp and cilantro shu mai

If the only shu mai you've ever eaten has been either at dim sun at a Chinese restaurant or out of a box, then you're doing it all wrong. Make shu mai - without breaking a sweat - by checking out this simple recipe by Mark Bittman. Mark Bittman makes simple, steamed, Chinese- ...more

How To : Make beef in black bean sauce

Chinese style beef in black bean sauce: the perfect accompaniment to a Chinese meal or served individually with steamed rice. Delight in this Beef in Black Bean Sauce recipe. Make beef in black bean sauce. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

HowTo : Clone a White Castle Slider

Serious Eats' Burger Lab offers an extensive guide to making sliders at home. For those who have not sampled the beloved American classic, a slider is NOT just a mini hamburger. Nope, there's much more to it than that. "Invented in Wichita, Kansas, in 1916 by Walter Anderson ...more

How To : Order Chinese food without blowing your diet

Some Chinese dishes that sound healthy are surprisingly fat-laden. These tips will help you avoid diet land mines. Step 1: Get the spring roll Order the spring roll over the egg roll; it’s often half the calories. Step 2: Use chopsticks Use chopsticks if you normally eat wit ...more

News : Yum, These Scaly Feet Look Delicious

Sometimes the "nasty bits" are unexpectedly yummy. With a reputation for being both cheap and reliably good, Chichi Wang of Serious Eats describes chicken's feet: "These morsels of skin and bones are a unique combination of textures--the wrinkled, puffed skin on the surface a ...more

Get Creative : Make Dumplings with Cheeseburgers & Kielbasa

Dumplings have been around for centuries in various forms; spätzle, as well as chicken and dumplings, are dough-y dumplings with no filling, whereas Russian pierogis and Chinese jiaozi are dumplings that contain meat, vegetables, or both. Asian dumplings, also called pot stic ...more

How To : Make Chinese fry and steam pork chive dumplings

These dumplings pack a lot of flavor into a tiny package, and the vinegar dipping sauce only adds an extra punch. To make this delicious dish, you will need: ground pork, minced, ginger, salt, shredded green cabbage, garlic chives, sesame oil, soy sauce, canola oil, dumpling o ...more

How To : Style your hair in a Chinese Bun

Learn how you can style your hair in a Chinese bun. This style works best on very long hair but you can also do it on medium length hair. Watch this video demonstration and you can style your hair in a Chinese bun.

Final Combat : Cheap Chinese Knock-Offs Come to Video Games

Team Fortress 2 (TF2) is one of the best multiplayer games of all time. It took nine years to make, and the developers have supported it with more post-release free updates than any other game ever. Four years after its release in 2007, it is still immensely popular, and altho ...more

How To : Cook Chinese spare ribs in a few easy steps

To cook Chinese spare ribs you will need water, vinegar, soy sauce, rice wine, sugar and one pound of spare ribs. First, put the spare ribs in boiling water for three minutes. When it boils, drain the water. In a mixing bowl add one tablespoon of cooking wine, two tablespoons ...more

How To : Fill a 7 Hour Layover in Guangzhou

One of the down-sides of international long-haul travel is layovers between flights in unfamiliar places. We have a flight to Europe this year via Guangzhou, China, and I've been putting together my notes on how to make the best use of 7 hours between flights, which I'd like t ...more

How To : An Exhaustive Guide to Burgers

From A Hamburger Today: your guide to regional hamburger and cheeseburger styles. What red-blooded American doesn't love hamburgers? Think you're an enthusiast? Think again. There's more to the burger than the Big Mac (though the Big Mac is included in this guide, of course). ...more

How To : Make General Tso's Chicken

I first became acquainted with this dish when I worked across the street from a Chinese restaurant. After that I ordered it every time! Now that I don't work by there anymore I don't get to eat it but I sure do still crave it! So I researched and tried a couple recipes and thi ...more

News : You're Eating Mold & You Don't Even Know It

Koji is a culture made up of a certain fungus (mold) called Aspergillus oryzae, which has been used to ferment rice and soybeans in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean kitchens for centuries. Koji can actually have other involved fungi, but Aspergillus oryzae is the most common, and ...more

News : MSG Is the Ultimate Healthy Flavor Hack

Hear me out. No, really. Before you sharpen your pitchforks and give me anecdotal evidence of your Chinese restaurant syndrome, I think you need to know a few things about monosodium glutamate. First of all, it's a naturally-occurring chemical compound that can be found in any ...more

How To : Deep Fry All the Things! Try These 5 to Start

Fried food is the best. That's not an opinion; that's a fact, Jack. And while fried standards like wings, French fries, and onion rings are all stellar, there's no way you should stop there. I believe that nearly anything and everything should be fried—even the healthy stuff. ...more

How To : 10 Insanely Delicious Pizza Dough Hacks

If I could survive on one food for the rest of my life, it would be pizza. The irresistible smell of baking pizza instantly makes me feel both comforted... and hungry! While frozen pizza can satisfy your cravings, using fresh dough to make your own pizza is definitely much mo ...more

How To : 5 Amazing 2-in-1 Meals to Satisfy Your Munchies

We've all been there. You can't decide what you want to eat and, even more confusingly, you want two distinctly different things, whether it's sweet and salty, Chinese and, well, cheese. Chances are when you're in this state of indecision, you also want to make this mythically ...more

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