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Steamed pork buns (찐빵만두)

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Uploaded on Aug 15, 2010

Full recipe: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/jjinpp...
You can also read the story of Mrs. Bong, who taught me how to make this, and see photos of how fluffy they are!
The music is "두근두근" by Louviet.

Yield: 16 steamed pork buns (6-8 servings)

Ingredients:
For dough:
All purpose flour, dry yeast, water, salt, sugar, and vegetable oil.
For filling:
Ground pork, soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, black ground pepper, garlic, onion, zucchini, carrot, green onions (or Asian chives), and white mushrooms.
See my site for pictures and descriptions of ingredients: http://www.maangchi.com/ingredients

Directions:
Make the dough:
1. In a large bowl add 1 cup of warm water (under 40° Celsius, or 100° F), 2 ts dry yeast, ½ ts salt, 2 tbs vegetable oil, and 1 ts sugar. Mix well until the dry yeast is fully dissolved.
2. Add 3 cups of flour to the yeast water. Mix with a wooden spoon, then knead for 2-3 minutes.
3. Set aside in warm place until the dough doubles in size.
*tip: watch the video to see how you can make your dough rise faster!
4. After the dough has risen, knead it again for 1 minute to remove any extra gas. Set it aside in warm place with the lid closed for 30 minutes.
While we wait for this to rise, we can prepare the fillings:
1. In a large bowl, place:
o 1 cup chopped onion
o ½ cup chopped carrot
o 1½ cup chopped zucchini
o 1½ cup chopped green onions
o 2 cups chopped white mushrooms
2. Sprinkle 1 ts salt over top and mix it up by hand. Set aside for 10-15 minutes.
3. Squeeze the excess water out.
*tip: using cheesecloth will make this easier. Wrap the chopped vegetables in cheesecloth and gently squeeze the water out.
4. In a mixing bowl, place:
o 400 grams (14 oz) of ground pork
o 1 ts soy sauce
o 2 cloves of minced garlic
o 1 ts sesame oil
o ½ ts ground black pepper
5. Mix it by hand and set aside.

Let's cook!
1. In a heated pan, add 1 tbs vegetable oil and sauté the chopped vegetables for 2-3 minutes. Transfer them to a large bowl.
2. Heat up the pan again, and cook the seasoned pork for 3 minutes until fully cooked.
3. Put the pork into the bowl with the vegetables and mix it all up.
Now let's make the buns:
1. Split the dough into 16 smaller pieces.
2. Take a few dough balls and put them on a floured cutting board. The rest of balls should be in the bowl with the lid closed, to prevent them from getting dried out.
3. Roll out each ball into a disk 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter.
4. Place a disk into your palm and add 2-3 tbs of filling mixture to the center of it.
5. Lift the edges of the disk up around the filling, then press the edges together to seal the filling snugly inside the bun.
6. Repeat with the remaining dough and filling, until you've made 16 buns.
7. Put 6-7 cups of water in the bottom of a large steamer and place each bun on the rack.
*tip: Place cheesecloth or cotton cloth on the steamer rack before adding each bun.Baking cups also work well. When you place the buns on the rack, leave a 1 inch gap between them because they will get bigger when steamed.
8. Wait for 20 more minutes to let the dough rise even more.
9. Bring to a boil over high heat, and steam for 20 minutes.

Dipping sauce:
1. Combine 1/3 cup soy sauce, 2 tbs of vinegar, and 2 ts sugar in a small bowl.
2. Add some chunks of onion (½ cup), chunks of green chili pepper, and roasted sesame seeds.
When the buns are cooked, turn off the heat and remove the lid to prevent water from the top of the lid from dripping over the buns.

Serve with the dipping sauce, and enjoy!

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