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Pork Bao buns

Slow cooked shredded pork in a sticky Chinese 5 spice, ginger, soy dressing in soft bao buns finished with pickled vegetables, cucumber, peanuts & cilantro

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Based on 5 reviews
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bkj
Delish!

We loved this. In fact we are thinking of making it our entire order one week, then serving it alongside cocktails to some
friends!

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Leslie T
Good for singles

As a single person, I'm prepping these two or three at a time. I put the buns in the freezer and take out to thaw just what I'm going to eat shortly before cooking. Then I put the spoonful of pork into each of the cold buns and steam the assembly for about 3 minutes before adding the other elements. Next I time will remember to grease the steamer so the buns don't stick. Four stars is because there's one sort of smokey flavor there I'm not crazy about - maybe the five spice? But that's just me. Love all the rest. Using steaming to reheat gives the buns a texture like you'd find in bao from Chinatown. Cucumbers and peanuts add a nice crunch.

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Brenda Thompson
Delicious!

Fabulous combination of flavors. I will definitely order again!

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Anna Velazco
Terrific!

Loved these!

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Marc
So good

This was a great meal. Easy to prep and the flavors melded wonderfully. Particularly liked the crunch of the cucumber sticks.