Tagged: Steamed

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Yum Cha Style Beef Tendons

I honestly don’t know how to make this but gave it a shot, with no recipe at all I will just base it on similar dished I tried. The last time I had this...

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Fried Fish Gua Bao

Gua Bao or “Taiwanese hamburgers” is such a versatile steamed bun, like most breads you can basically fill it with anything and it would work. Its popular with pork bellies but it is also amazing...

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Filipino Tamales (Bubuto)

Tamales like most of us know is a popular Mexican dish, but did you know there is a Filipino version of it? While Philippines cuisine is usually associated with the Spanish cuisine did you...

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Taco Pao

Taco Pao is a fusion of three different cuisines Mexican for the taco concept then Chinese and Filipino for the pao, a steamed bun folded like a taco filled with asado style pulled pork,...

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Puto Ube

Puto Ube like most puto is a steamed cake that can either be made with rice flour or just the usual all-purpose flour, it is easy to distinguish compared to most due to its...

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Puto Pao

Puto pao is a type of steamed mini buns made out of rice and/or all-purpose flour filled with seasoned pork then topped with salted duck eggs, think of it as a cross between siopao...

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Kutsinta

Kutsinta or kuchinta is an orange brownish sticky jelly textured rice cake made from a mix of rice flour (sometimes mixed with all-purpose flour), sugar and lye water served with freshly grated coconuts. This...

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Puto Flan

Puto Flan is a type of steamed cake found in the Filipino cuisine where batter made out a mixture of rice flour/all-purpose flour, eggs and sugar is steamed. Traditionally is topped with either salted...

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Cheese Puto

Puto may be an obscene word in other languages but in Philippines it’s a term for these innocent looking cute little steamed cake served as is, topped with cheese, topped with salted duck eggs...

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Momofuku Style Pork Buns

Momofuku is group of different multi awarded restaurants opened by Chef David Chang in 2004 in New York, each restaurant become really popular and well-loved for their signature dishes like the Momofuku Noodle Bar...