Print Recipe Steamed Chinese Bread Buns
The Chinese have a taste for warm, milky buns. Don’t we all? Well, the difference is that those soft and succulent buns are steamed and not baked! A spongy dough of plain flour and milk is cooked in a steamer and enjoyed warm, usually sandwiched with pickled vegetables. Although some people like to make batches of these Steamed Chinese Bread Buns and freeze them for anytime use, the fact is that these milky buns taste best when had fresh off the steamer! So, that’s way we would recommend you to relish it too, with a cup of hot tea to accompany it.