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Siopao Asado

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Get the details of this recipe (in English) here http:panlasangpinoy.com20090807how-to-make-home-made-siopao-asado-recipeSiopao Asado or bāozi refers to steamed buns with sweet asado pork inside. This dish was introduced by the Chinese and has been a favorite among Filipinos eversince. Aside from siopao asado, another famous siopao version is called siopao bola-bola wherein the bun is stuffed with a ground pork mixture shaped like a ball.Siopao is often sold warm in panciterias and mamihan. This is often eaten with beef or chicken mami. A delicious siopao sauce makes siopao tastes even better.Siopao and its similar varities are known as: Mandarin roll, Mantı, 燒包, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Mántóu, sio-pau, Bánh bao, NikumanHere are the links for beef mami, batchoy, and our delicious siopao sauce:Beef Mami: http:youtu.bem-UBfOcgBcU Batchoy: http:youtu.beRV3b39V18Nk Siopao Sauce: http:panlasangpinoy.com20100205how-to-make-the-special-siopao-sauce
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