Chinese Steamed Bao

Steamed buns (Bao) are a popular food item in China. Traditionally, there were no ovens in China. Chinese use steamers to make plain, savory and sweet Bao in a variety of shapes and sizes. In this class, we’ll mix yeast dough from scratch, and shape the dough into plain buns, scallion rolls, savory pork buns and sweet sesame buns. We’ll make different side dishes to pair with our delicious Bao.

Sections

BBAO-FA19.01

Start Date

December 7, 2019

Time

11:00am

Location

CCAE

Cost

$85.00

Availability

4

Saturday, 11am-2pm. Dec. 7

Instructors: Min Verquist

Instructor

Min Verquist

Min became one of the top 5 semifinalists for Hallmark Channel’s Best Home Cook of America Contest in 2017, where she prepared Chinese dumplings on the nationally aired Home and Family TV Show. Growing up in China, Min found her passion for cooking when she was 9. She enjoys recreating the flavors of China for her family and friends in Boston. She also enjoys roasting coffee beans and crafting latte art with simple tools at home. To learn more about Min: http://minverquist.com/