Shengjianbao

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Shengjianbao is a traditional and popular dish in Shanghai which called Shengjian Mantou by Shanghainese.

It is a type of small , pan-fried baozi which often filled with pork and gelatin that melts into soup/liquid when cooked. Shengjianbao has been one of most common breakfast in Shanghai.

Ingredients:

Semi-leavened dough 300g, water 150ML, pork 250g, soy sauce 2tsp, rice wine 2tsp, salt 1tsp, ginger, scallion, sesame oil 2tsp, pepper 1/2 tsp, sesame seeds

While the cooking method is too complicated, you’d better try it in a restaurant.

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