Steamed Bun (Baozi, 包子)
Steamed Bun (Baozi, 包子) is a type of steamed bun filled with a variety of fillings, usually meat or vegetables. Steamed bun first appeared in 3rd century AD and has become a mainstay in Chinese and several other Asian cuisines, with varied fillings according to the local tastes and availability of ingredients. Steamed buns are often found as ready-to-go and inexpensive street food, but they are also offered in restaurants. There are even restaurants specialized in making steamed buns.
There are also steamed buns, called mantou (馒头) in Chinese, made without fillings. Such steamed buns (mantou) are equivalent of bread.
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