About the product
Baozi are a highly popular type of steamed bun that originated in China. They are typically filled with meat or vegetables, and come in many variations in different regions of China and in other countries. Similar buns in Japan are sometimes called nikuman. Baozi can be eaten with any meal, and in China are often served for breakfast.
Buns such as these also make great snacks, appetizers, or side dishes, paired either with other traditional-style dishes or with modern fare. Making baozi from scratch at home can be frustrating as well as prohibitively time-consuming, but Sugarlady’s frozen baozi can be ready to eat in mere minutes; with very little prep or cleanup to worry about! Our goal is to make it easier for you to serve your favorite foods anytime, even on your busiest days.
How to prepare
Set up your steamer. Once it begins producing steam, place a sheet of baking paper inside and then add the baozi (still frozen). Steam for about 10 minutes on high heat.To cook in the microwave, place the baozi (still frozen) on a plate, dampen them by spritzing with water, cover with plastic wrap and time approximately as follows:500W: Two pieces/1 minute 30 seconds, four pieces/2 minutes 30 seconds.600W: Two pieces/1 minute 10 seconds, four pieces/2 minutes 00 seconds.
Ingredients & Nutrition
This product contains vegetables (onions, cabbage, bamboo shoots, dried shiitake mushrooms), pork, wrappers (wheat flour, table salt, sugar), pig fat, filler (cornstarch, panko), flavor (katsuo (oceanic bonito) powder, kombu seaweed powder, Yesso scallop powder), yeast extract, soy sauce, spices, sesame oil..
Volume: 200g (25g x 8 pieces)
Calories: 1 piece (25g) 38kcal
Salt Equivalent: 0.15g
This product is not suitable for anyone with allergies to wheat, soy, pork or sesame.
The recommended shelf life for this product is 12 months.
Origin of ingredients
Origin of ingredients: onions/cabbage/pork (domestic). Prepared and packaged in Japan.
Specialty: Additive Free, Non-GMO