Thursday, 3 January 2008

腸仔包 Chung Jai Bau - Sausage Buns - Piggies in a blanket
















Edit: Never mind this recipe. I have found a much better recipe on a foodblog.
I'll post pictures later this month ( I'm in Hong Kong the next week).
Check the recipe here. Mine turned out beautifully. I made Cha Siu Chaan Bau with the same recipe! Great great great, I love it! And with the kitchenaid I don't have to knead the dough! Life can be so good..

8 comments:

acrummer said...

Ok, so you said you like to cook, but you didn't mention you were an ironchef!! haha. I'm coming to your place for dinner next time!! ;-)

It was great to see you the other day and catch up - let's do it again soon!
Andrea =)

Sorina said...

This looks so delicious. I am looking forward more posts from you!

Anonymous said...

hiya,
i just moved from Aus to Netherlands,may i ask where can i buy bread/high protien flour in NL ?

Thanks

Grace

QQ red apple said...

hi,
Crystal, you are back!!!!!!! Happy Chinese New Year... wow, trip to hong kong at this time is really nice cause it is nearly chinese new year!!!!!!!!!!!.... groetjes uit rotterdam

Chrystal said...

Hi Andrea,
So you are going to be back in NL soon :-D? I'll bake you a pie :P

Thank you Sorina

Hi Grace,
Welcome to the Netherlands!
I actually have not find any not premixed high protein flour. I use the all purpose flour, brand Euroshopper from Albert Heijn. It has 12% protein (high protein flour is between 12%-15%).

Hi QQ,
The decoration in Hong Kong is so nice. Year of the Mouse!! I bought some decoration for my own home :-D.. Next time I definately want to spend Chinese New Year in Hong Kong.

Anonymous said...

hiya again Crystal,
Thank's for your replied !
i found a 'English' grocery store here in Den Haag selling Bread flour,Cake flour and all others baking inredients ! Yahoooo !!!
Thomas Green online website http://www.577777.net/tg/asp/prodtype.asp?shopCode=hague&prodtype=48

Hugzzzz,
Grace Wong

Chrystal said...

Hi Grace,

You are welcome.
Tip: if you want to buy cream of Tartar or double acting baking powder, don't buy them in the expat stores, but take a look at the Indonesian/Chinese Shops first (Toko). They sell it for a much cheaper price (1 euro against 4 euro's).

There is also an expat shop in Amstelveen called Kingsalmarkt, check www.kingsalmarkt.nl
You can find things as Cisco shortening, cereals, golden syrup, spleda, reeses peanut butter cups, pop tarts etc..

Chrystal said...

Hi Grace,

You are welcome.
Tip: if you want to buy cream of Tartar or double acting baking powder, don't buy them in the expat stores, but take a look at the Indonesian/Chinese Shops first (Toko). They sell it for a much cheaper price (1 euro against 4 euro's).

There is also an expat shop in Amstelveen called Kingsalmarkt, check www.kingsalmarkt.nl
You can find things as Cisco shortening, cereals, golden syrup, spleda, reeses peanut butter cups, pop tarts etc..