Lotus seed bun

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Lotus seed bun
Pinkbun.jpg
Wrapped lotus seed buns
Place of origin
China
Main ingredients
Yeast-based doug, lotus seeds
Cookbook:Lotus seed bun  Lotus seed bun
Lotus seed bun
Simplified Chinese 莲蓉包
Traditional Chinese 蓮蓉包
Lotus seed buns: this particular variety is available in many typical Cantonese restaurants as a type of dim sum.

A lotus seed bun is a Chinese sweet bun found in China. They're prepared by steaming a yeast-leavened dough that contains lotus seed paste.[1] It can be classified as a dim sum, though not exclusively so. They're sometimes available in overseas Chinatowns.

Preparation[edit]

Because the bun has a variety of different appearances, the dough especially, can be different depending on where it is made. The dough is generally made of similar substances like the ones used in char siu baau.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Chang, Norma (2001). My Students' Favorite Chinese Recipes. The Travelling Gourmet. p. 28. Retrieved May 8, 2012.  ISBN 0961875941