27 March 2013

Crispy BBQ Chicken Bun (Siew Bao)


Today I bake one of my favorite snack ...crispy bbq chicken bun or siew bao, again. Really boring for you huh?! :)

First time making mini size siew bao, 20 pcs. a bit difficult to squeeze in big spoonful of filling. Glad that no crust open up but lot of gravy oozing ... lovely snack! Initially plan to freeze some for Friday LG but eventually make another batch as my hubby gobbled up most of them. Is nice to have this type of bite size snack. 

Recipe and method is here.    







18 comments:

  1. Eh, if you live in Sydney, I will definitely bet you to teach me, haha! I think I need someone to demo to me how to make the pastry & how to pleat it. Salivating now, hahaha!

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    1. Jessie, this no need demo lah...just follow the steps in the illustration in my previous few post you definately can make it too!

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    1. Cathy, just to let you know that I still can't leave any comment for you. It said it does support the browser I used :(

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  3. Noooo...........it is not boring....because I loves siew bao alot. I always wanted to bake siew bao often but the thought of making the pastry....duh! You are very expert in making siew bao and wish I can learn more from you. Your siew bao must be awesome in taste and delicious too.

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    1. Noooo...expert. Still learning from lot of bloggers out there! Making pastry is not so difficult as we think, just get start and you will get better after sometime.
      The siew bao is...really delicious ...Hehehehe

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  4. WOW! I'm drooling now by looking at your siew baos. Looks very delicious!

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  5. Mr. P would love these!!! They almost look like crispy chicken dim sum!!

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    1. Mrs and Mrs P, yes this is one of the chinese dim sum!

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  6. Boring? I think that I will be the ultimate boring because I have never make siew bao before :p

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    1. Zoe, you are busy with lots of other recipes lah...I want to cook something for cook like a star but when go to Delia Smith's website...chicken out :DDD

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  7. Yep, never boring to have such delicious snacks at home, not easy to make I know! You are very hard working:)

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    1. Jeannie, I'm hardworking because I'm a home maker :DDD

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  8. So tempting to eat after looking at your photos. Yummy!

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    1. SSB, if can send to you via DHL, I'll do it :P

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  9. no, not boring at all..i love siew pao and i also made some 2 months ago..the gravy oozing...that's tempting lah!!

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