How to Cook Spring bamboo shoots with pork buns?

Spring bamboo shoots with pork buns

The combination of the ingredients from the north and the south, looking at the black and red appearance, is nothing special. With a bite, the diced meat is tender and tender, and the spring bamboo shoots and fungus are crispy and tender.
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Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 4 hours
Servings: 5
Calories: 906kcal
Author: Xuan Xuan


  • 500 g All-purpose flour
  • 5 g Dry yeast
  • 10 g sugar
  • 290 g Warm water
  • 300 g spring bamboo shoots
  • 500 g pork belly
  • 200 g Black Fungus
  • Oil Right amount
  • Soybean paste Right amount
  • Sweet noodle sauce Right amount
  • 20 g salt
  • 25 g soy sauce
  • 150 g scallions
  • Starch Right amount


  • Flour, dry yeast, a little sugar, and warm water are put into the basin together; warm water refers to water at about 40 degrees, adding a little sugar is good for the yeast to grow better; the dough of steamed buns can be hard or soft, and a little harder, the final shape will look good. The softer buns are easy to deform, but the taste is softer. This can be adjusted according to personal preference;
  • Use chopsticks to stir it into a flocculent shape, then knead it into a smoother dough, wrap it in plastic wrap and place it in a warm and humid place for basic fermentation;
  • When fermenting the dough, deal with the filling: more pork belly, fresh spring bamboo shoots, peeled and removed the old roots, boiled in light salt water for 5 minutes and then put in cold water, this will remove the excessive oxalic acid; the black fungus can be left alone. , Put more scallions;
  • Cut the fat and lean meat into 1 cm sized dices, add a little starch to the lean meat and stir well, so that the fried diced meat will have a particularly tender texture, with a delicious outer layer and tender and juicy inside;
  • The spring bamboo shoots are sliced first, then dice to the size of a pomegranate seed, minced green onions, and minced black fungus;
  • Soy bean paste and sweet noodle paste are ready; soy bean paste is fermented from soybeans, and sweet noodle paste is fermented from wheat flour. The taste and taste of the two are slightly different; the soy bean paste is fragrant and rich. Sweet noodle sauce increases the sweetness and taste, if not, you can put a spoonful of sugar instead;
  • Pour a proper amount of oil in the wok. When the oil is 50% hot, put the diced pork and 1/4 onion into the pan and stir-fry until the edges of some of the diced pork are browned;
  • Pour the lean diced pork into the pot and stir fry until the surface of the diced pork turns white and the inside is not cooked;
  • Pour the diced bamboo shoots and the chopped fungus into the pot and stir fry; the diced bamboo shoots absorb oil, and almost all the oil in the pot disappears when it is put into the pot;
  • The ratio of soybean paste and sweet noodle paste 1:1 is put into the bamboo shoots and minced meat pot
  • Use a spatula to quickly mix the sauce into the vegetable ingredients, taste the saltiness, and then sprinkle an appropriate amount of salt and soy sauce. If you don't want a darker color, don't put the soy sauce;
  • Turn off the heat, pour the chopped green onion into the pot and mix evenly. At this time, when the filling is peeled off, there is no soup at the bottom of the pot, only a little oil oozes out;
  • The made dough is 2-2.5 times the original size. Dip your fingers in flour and poke a hole on the top of the dough without collapsing or shrinking;
  • Lift up the dough, the bottom is finely structured, full of pores, and has a slightly fermented sour taste;
  • Sprinkle two handfuls of flour on the chopping board, put the dough on the chopping board, and knead it hard for 5 minutes. The dough is soft, smooth and shiny. Cut the dough and there are no obvious pores in the cross section, so as to ensure the surface of the steamed buns or buns. Smooth, fine organization;
  • Knead the dough into strips, and then cut into even-sized dough; the size of the dough determines the size of the bun, this can be adjusted as you like;
  • Sprinkle an appropriate amount of flour, flatten the dough, and then roll it into a round crust with a slightly thinner edge and a thicker middle;
  • Scoop an appropriate amount of spring bamboo shoots sauce and minced meat in the middle of the skin, depending on how you do it;
  • Make buns according to your favorite method;
  • The wrapped buns are placed in a steamer covered with a steaming cloth or mat, and the lid is covered for a second fermentation for 15-30 minutes, depending on the ambient temperature. In summer, it takes only 10 minutes for the second serving; steamed buns It is rounder than the original, and if it expands slightly, turn on high heat. Because the filling is cooked, steam for 12-15 minutes after SAIC, depending on the size of the buns to adjust the time; after steaming, simmer for 5 minutes and then out of the pot, the skin of the buns is smooth and does not shrink Back to
  • Spring bamboo shoots steamed buns with sauce, rich sauce


Nutrition Facts
Spring bamboo shoots with pork buns
Amount Per Serving
Calories 906 Calories from Fat 486
% Daily Value*
Fat 54g83%
Saturated Fat 20g125%
Polyunsaturated Fat 6g
Monounsaturated Fat 25g
Cholesterol 72mg24%
Sodium 1872mg81%
Potassium 395mg11%
Carbohydrates 81g27%
Fiber 4g17%
Sugar 3g3%
Protein 21g42%
Vitamin A 309IU6%
Vitamin C 6mg7%
Calcium 46mg5%
Iron 6mg33%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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