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  • these delicate little dumplings are called Xiao Long Bao.

  • They're filled to the brim with piping hot pork broth.

  • But how does the soup get in there?

  • What's the secret to getting those perfect fault?

  • And what's the right way to eat it without burning your tongue?

  • When it comes to Chinese food, few dishes are as recognizable as the bow.

  • Simply put, it's a dough wrapper with filling, but there are so many variations in China that you can do a whole series on it.

  • So for this season of each, China will look at 10 different bows and show you how they're made and the story behind them.

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  • Where at Nanchang Steamed Bun Restaurant, this place has been around for over 120 years, and it's famous for its soup dumplings.

  • The Chinese name Xiao Long Bao means little caged buns and refers to the steamer baskets used to cook them.

  • They can be found all over the world, but they originally came from here.

  • The story goes that a guy was wrapping dumplings one day when he decided to add aspic into the filling of his pork bao.

  • When he steamed it the aspic melted into soup, and thus the soup dumpling was born Or nighttime mental dinner to sit on your Yumi.

  • It's nighttime Launch the the transcendent.

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  • So how is the soup dumpling made?

  • There are two main components the skin and the filling.

  • The filling is made with ground pork, and aspect aspect is made by boiling pork, skin and bones for four hours.

  • Pork skin is high in collagen, so when it cools down, it becomes a gelatin.

  • Yeah, When it's steamed, it turns back to liquid again.

  • The aspect is then mixed with ground pork.

  • To form this.

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  • Then the dumpling skin is made with flour and water and left to rest.

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  • Now the skin is flattened, using two methods, hand pressing and with rolling pins.

  • Hand pressed method is the oldest method, though there are some downsides.

  • So there's the rolling pin method Her today are saying that Donald Trump being Trump Vince always mobile.

  • You know, you get about the actual so you're a parallel.

  • The filling is placed inside, and the whole thing is wrapped with at least 16 pleats.

  • This is a woman, you know, the show in mind and body natural and a lot of pride.

  • And actually, I'm just going to make one.

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  • So that really means that the country So you're required to show the prices, So, yeah, after their wrapped the soup dumplings are steamed and then delivered the tables within half a minute.

  • And how do you eat?

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  • How we want to be equal to, uh do you know?

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  • But I just thought about now now, because of 900.

  • Okay.

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  • Up next.

  • What's in Eastern China?

  • Other than regular sized soup dumplings, giant soup dumplings.

  • Of course.

  • We'll show you a dumpling called Chang Pao that's filled with soup and lots of car, Bro.

  • Stay tuned.

these delicate little dumplings are called Xiao Long Bao.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/12
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