Pasta with Tomato Cream Sauce Is the Perfect Comfort Food
Pasta with creamy tomato sauce is perfect for when you're hungry or if you're feeling blue and in need of comfort. It definitely does the trick.
Filipino Cooking Made Easy /The Skinny Pot
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Baked Chinese BBQ Pork Buns. Tender, velvety dough wrapped around melt-in-your-mouth, saucy, garlicky red roast pork, then topped with sea salt and baked to golden perfection. You won't be able to stop at one!
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Pork Belly Buns Recipe
These Pork Belly Buns comprise of slow-cooked pork belly is sliced and simmered in a sweet-savory Vietnamese caramel sauce and sandwiched between soft, pillowy steamed buns. But it doesn't stop there - a hit of spice comes from kimchi and flash-fry of fresh chilies and green onions.
Chinese Roast Chicken Buns with Scallion and Spicy Hoisin Sauce
Tender meat — often pork, though here, it’s chicken — sweet, garlicky hoisin sauce, cooling cucumber, and scallion all tucked into soft, pillowy steamed dough; no wonder everyone seems crazy for Chinese buns these days. Packaged buns can be purchased at Asian markets if you don’t have time to make and steam your own dough. Adapted from “A Bird in the Oven and Then Some” by Mindy Fox. Click here to see For Easy Entertaining, Roast a Chicken.
No Knead Pork Asado Buns (aka baked Siopao)
I have been wanting to make this since I learned how about no-knead dough but I kept forgeting to buy hoisin and oyster sauce ...that is, until today. I finally picked up both sauces when I went to the Korean market. The baked bun turned out really nice, if I should day so myself...hehehe. This is a modern version of the old Filipino classic snack siopao which is actually Chinese in origin. Siopao has been a favorite of most Filipinos and are usually in bakeries. The are usually placed in…