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Char Sui Bao Bun - BBQ Bun

These delicious BBQ buns are handmade from scratch. First I marinade pork neck overnight with soy sauce, five spice, red wine, salt, palm sugar and Hoi Xin sauce. Then I grill the pork in the oven until golden brown, remove and let it cool down. Next I stir fry the pork pieces with some onion and garlic and set a side. Then I make the dough, let it rest for one hour then divide into small portions. Finally I wrap the pork in the pastry, let the pastry rise again and then steam until cooked.

I learned this from my grandpa, he made the best grilled BBQ pork on a traditional stove. He then starting turning his famous pork into pork buns and we all fell in love with it! It was a special occasion food, and we could only have these delicious buns on Chinese New Year. Now, I make it for my kids and they love them in their lunch boxes (yes even at room temperature!), This makes me happy because I believe good food helps with their studies and that's why I keep making this super-special food for them. I love the smile son their faces when they see me put BBQ Buns in their lunchboxes and I hope to delight your children with them as well, (and you!).  

Contains: Soybeans and soybean products (eg Miso, soy milk etc), Tree nuts and tree nut products other than coconut from the fruit of the palm, Cereals containing gluten and their products including wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt

Ingredients: Pork Neck - onion - garlic - palm sugar - five spice - Hoi Xin Sauce - soy sauce - red wine - black pepper - salt - plain flour - yeast - sugar - Olive oil - Water

Reheating Instructions:  Do not defrost. Cook for 2-3 minutes in the microwave or steam for 6-8 minutes.