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Sweet Potato Mantou (Steam Buns): soft, warm, and tasty. You will love them, and I am sure you will also enjoy them as a snack during the day or before bedtime tonight! Perfect with a glass of milk or a cup of tea.

Sweet Potato Mantou - soft, pillowy and fluffy steamed buns are THE BEST! Make these sweet potato mantou with easy step-by-step guide.

Taiwanese 3-cup chicken - delicious comfort food made with ginger, garlic, chicken and soy sauce, with basil leaves | rasamalaysia.com

Three Cup Chicken

Three Cup Chicken - easy and authentic three cup chicken (san bei ji) recipe that anyone can make at home. So homey, delicious and takes 20 mins to make.

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Easy Juicy Steamed Pork Buns (Nikuman)

Har Gow Recipe From Scratch.   Happy to have found this since a lot of the recipes out there are for wonton wrappers and don't turn this see-through when you steam them.

Har gow — shrimp dumplings — dipped in soy sauce with chili paste are tiny flavorful umami bombs. Dim Sum: The Art of Chinese Tea Lunch has a cool recipe for homemade har gow.

Purple Sweet potato buns|ChinaSichuanFood

Purple Sweet Potato Buns

How to Make Chinese Mantou - soft, pillowy and fluffy steamed buns are THE BEST! Make these sweet potato mantou with step-by-steps | rasamalaysia.com

Sweet Potato Mantou (Steam Buns)

Sweet Potato Mantou - soft, pillowy and fluffy steamed buns are THE BEST! Make these sweet potato mantou with easy step-by-step guide.

Make your own soft, white, and fine textured steamed Char Siew Bao (Steamed Barbecued Pork Buns) filled with sweet barbecued pork filling. Step-by-step instructions included.| Food to gladden the heart at RotiNRice.com

Char Siew Bao (Steamed Barbecued Pork Buns)

Make your own soft, white, and fine textured steamed Char Siew Bao (Steamed Barbecued Pork Buns) filled with sweet barbecued pork filling. Step-by-step instructions included.

Homemade pani popo - sweet, soft buns bathed and baked in coconut

Pani Popo

Pani Popo ~ Sweet, soft buns bathed and baked in coconut, pani popo are originated to the South Pacific Islands of Samoa. They are best served warm or cold as a dessert or with savory meals.

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