In many ways of making steamed stuffed bun, my favorite is this Fried Bun. Fried bread in water is slightly different from the traditional steaming method. One is steaming through water, and the other is directly contacting water. This method has two flavors of pastry. The top is soft and the bottom is golden and crisp. It is not only attractive in color, but also rich in taste. The color alone is enough to tempt you, isn’t it? How do you like it? Come and have a try


500g pork
250g celery
30g scallion
30g ginger
A small amount of thirteen incense
A small amount of salt
15 ml sesame oil
1 piece of tofu milk
15ml raw extract
10ml oyster sauce
3 G yeast
A small amount of chicken powder
20ml blended oil


Step 1
Pork, ginger and scallions are ready;

Step 2
Chop into meat paste;

Step 3
Add salt, tofu milk, chicken powder, soy sauce, oyster sauce, thirteen spices and sesame oil, and stir well in one direction;

Step 4
Chop the celery, the finer the better, but don't chop it;

Step 5
Put the cut celery into the pork and stir well;

Step 6
This is a fermented dough;

Step 7
Take out the dough and knead it for a while, then divide it into small dough and flatten it;

Step 8
Roll the dough into a round skin, and then take some meat stuffing and put it in the middle of the dough;

Step 9
Fold and wrap into buns in turn;

Step 10
Put an appropriate amount of mixed oil into the pan, and then put the steamed stuffed buns into the pan;

Step 11
When the bottom is slightly shaped, pour a small bowl of water into the pot;

Step 12
Cover the pot and fry over low heat;

Step 13
Fry until the water evaporates completely and the bottom turns golden yellow;

Step 14
Put the fried water fried bag on the plate. Does the golden and delicious water fried bag tempt you? Come and have a try.