Chinese Pork Roll Appreciation Thread

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  1. NewYorkIslander

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    Just had my first steamed Chinese pork roll today from a local Chinese bakery...Oh My God...[​IMG]
     
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    Ever had these?

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    Steamed buns filled with spicy minced pork or chicken. Too good!
     
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    That looks awesome, and very similar to the pork roll...those fried ones are good too...haven't had Indian in a while...the Kashmiri sauce they have here is GREAT...so creamy and banana laden
     
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    That looks awesome, and very similar to the pork roll...those fried ones are good too...haven't had Indian in a while...the Kashmiri sauce they have here is GREAT...so creamy and banana laden

    The steamed bun I posted is Chinese, called Sao Bao. My favourite Dim Sum dish.

    The fried Indian pastries are called Samosa, my mom made tons yesterday for my sister's wedding in August. Freezer is stuffed now with these.
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    The steamed bun I posted is Chinese, called Sao Bao. My favourite Dim Sum dish.

    The fried Indian pastries are called Samosa, my mom made tons yesterday for my sister's wedding in August. Freezer is stuffed now with these.
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    lucky lucky man...yea thats what I ate this morning/afternoon after my run...damn so good, also had one with bean spread
     
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    lucky lucky man...yea thats what I ate this morning/afternoon after my run...damn so good, also had one with bean spread

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    Hmm..you love yourself some spiciness early in the day huh? It's good stuff though.
     
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    Meats in pastries....hard to go wrong. Curried beef turnovers are [​IMG]
     
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    get it baked at may li wah and sun say kai in chinatown manhattan. i had 2 every morning from sun say kai when i lived in chinatown.
     
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    OP, if you like the steamed pork bun; you'll love the baked.
     
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    That's outstanding, now I have to get one.
     
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    xiao long bao ftw mmmmmm [​IMG]
     
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    xiao long bao ftw mmmmmm

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    oh, yeah!!
     
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    Just had a baked one today...steamed is much better, much softer
     

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