Category Archives: Bun

One A Penny, Two A Penny, Pork Floss Bun!

Pork floss buns used to be the craze about fifteen years ago, when the Bread Talk Group emerged in the market. Back then, their buns were relatively medium-sized (not big, but not too small either) and consumers loved to watch … Read more

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Missy Piggy Chinese Steamed Red Bean Buns

Red bean paste – yet another leftover from making the Chinese rice dumplings. Since the Mooncake Festival is still a couple of months away, I figured the best way to use up this ingredient is to stuff them into piping … Read more

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Chinese Steamed 2-Toned Chocolate Buns

Back in Durham, there was an attempt to make steamed buns. The result – though edible – was not fantastic, what with a strange, off-white coloured dough. A later attempt, however, produced an unexpected surprise, when the buns were baked … Read more

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Milk And Cheese Plait Bun With A Local Twist

Plain but flavourful, this delicacy is much favoured by many Asians within the region – a common breed found in many neighbourhood bakeries and supermarkets. Here’s my very own version of the heartland favourite – golden little buns sprinkled with … Read more

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Chinese Baked Pork Bun (烘烤肉包子)

In my personal opinion, this was probably the most challenging dish I’ve done so far. Not only was it time-consuming; it was also physically and mentally draining, given the amount of preparations required beforehand as well as the amount of … Read more

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