Frozen Gua Bao 300g (10 pieces)

Simple, versatile and convenient, perfect with any fillings to create flavourful street foods style buns.

  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • No additives
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Ingredients & Nutritional Information

Frozen Steamed Buns

Ingredients:
Wheat Flour, Water, Sugar, Yeast, Milk powder, Vegetable oils [Palm oil, Soybean oil, Emulsifier: Soy lecithin], Coconut oil, Corn starch, Salt.

Allergens:
See ingredients in bold.

Product may contain: 
Soya, Peanuts, Nuts, Oats (Gluten), Egg, Sesame and Milk

Storage:
Keep frozen.

Nutritional Information:

 per 100g
Energy1166kJ/275kcal
Fat1.6g
of which saturates0.7g
Carbohydrates56g
of which sugars10g
Fibre2.1g
Protein8.6g
Salt0.1g

Product of Origin:
Product of Taiwan using wheat flour from USA

How To Cook

How to prepare
Steamer *
recommended*
Place frozen Gua Bao Buns in a steamer as soon as the water has started to boil. Steam for 5-8 minutes on medium heat.

Microwave
Place 2-3 pieces of Gua Bao Buns into a microwaveable container and sprinkle a small amount of water on the buns. Cover with a lid and microwave on medium heat for 1 minute (800W). 

Tip: Do not use high heat to prevent drying out the bun



Chicken Teriyaki Bao for 4

  1. Make Teriyaki sauce by mixing: 3 tbsp soy sauce, 3 tbsp mirin, 1 tbsp sake or dry sherry, 1 tbsp brown sugar
  2. Lightly coat 4 pieces of chicken thigh with some potato starch.
  3. Heat 1 tbsp vegetable oil in a frying pan on medium heat. Fry the coated chicken, skin side down for 2-3 minutes or until brown. Turn the chicken over then add the teriyaki sauce, and stir the season and coat the chicken evenly. Simmer for 5-6 minutes on medium-high heat until the sauce thickens. Turn off the heat.
  4. Prepare 8 Gua Bao Buns as instructed above.
  5. Slice the chicken teriyaki into thin slices. Fill the Gua Bao Buns with the chicken slices, salad leaves and some Japanese pickled cucumber (optional). Sprinkle thinly sliced spring onions, and sesame seeds on top before serving.
Did you know
Introduced by Chinese immigrants to Nagasaki, Gua Bao Buns have been sold in Japan for centuries. As well as being a popular street food in Taiwan, Gua Bao is now often served in Japanese Ramen restaurants as a side dish. Traditionally stuffed with stewed pork bellies and pickles, it can be enjoyed with any fillings of your choice as a side or as a casual street food style meal.

Disclaimer

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