- Date and time :
26 Aug @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
HLS Mandarin Centre
Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa
In Modern Chinese, a filled bun is usually called baozi or bao, while an unfilled (plain) bun is usually called a mantou. However, in the Jiangnan region where Wu Chinese is spoken, the word mantou” refers to both filled and unfilled buns, as in Middle Chinese. Hence, the shengjian mantou is called a mantou despite being a filled bun. The same is true of the xiaolong mantou, which is often called xiaolongbao in the other varieties of Chinese.
The name shuijian mantou is often abbreviated to shuijian (水煎, shuǐjiān).
Are you interested in learning how to make Chinese steam-fried baozi?
Programme on the this event
1. Learning the technique of making Chinese steam-fried baozi
Limit: 10 participants (maximum)
fees: 250 Rand per person
One person is attending Cooking Lesson-Chinese steam-fried baozi making