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Learn How to Make Homemade Bao and Sui Mai

Chinese dumplings and buns
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 53m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Description

Chef Annie takes you through how to make Bao (Chinese buns) and Sui Mai (Chinese dumplings) from scratch.  While these are commonly thought of as Chinese, many Asian cultures have some form of buns and dumplings.  These two items are common staples in breakfasts/brunches like dim sum.
The word bao literally translates into bun in Chinese. Traditionally filled with pork, bao are round, smooth, white, warm, soft buns with filling. This recipe will show how to make the traditional pork bao as well as a vegetarian bun with kale and shiitake mushrooms.
Shu Mai are traditional Chinese dumplings that are commonly served in dim sum. The most common filling is ground pork and chopped shrimp, which will be shown in this recipe, although the filling can vary based on the season.
Chef Annie takes you through the process of creating pork sui mai, pork bao, and a vegetarian bao with kale and mushroom. She will show you how to make your buns look like they do in stores and restaurants.  In addition to the buns and dumplings, a simple dipping sauce recipe is included.
Impress your friends with your new culinary skills.  Whether you are a novice cook or an expert chef, this course is for you!

You will learn

✓ How to make sui mai (chinese dumplings) and bao (savory buns)

Requirements

• None

This course is for

• People who enjoy cooking and eating Asian cuisine
Tiny Little Chef
Anh Dao “Annie” was born in Cambodia and grew up in Vietnam until the age of 12 when she moved to the United States.  Annie has worked as a cook and chef for over 10 years in Seattle at Kaspar’s, Tom Douglas Catering, Cuoco, Tanaka San, and other Tom Douglas restaurants.  Most recently she has worked at Hot Stove Society cooking school doing in-person and virtual cooking classes.  She brings her experience in the field and her Vietnamese upbringing to her cooking class videos.
Platform: Udemy
Video: 53m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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