Chinese siopao sauce recipes

Chicken Siopao Asado

Chicken Siopao Asado

Filipinos and some Chinese (those who speak Hokkien) call these Siopao. Baozi is the general term by some Chinese
Pork Asado Siopao (Steamed Buns)

Pork Asado Siopao (Steamed Buns)

Siopao (SIO-PAU) is a popular Filipino food which is originally from the Chinese. asado, buns, Filipino, oyster sauce, pork, pork asado, siopao, steamed, white vinegar

PORK AND CHORIZO EMPANADA

I have used a different recipe for my crust which I adapted from a Chinese recipe (from the book Chopsticks recipes, Dim Sum by Cecilia J
PORK AND PRAWN SIOMAI

PORK AND PRAWN SIOMAI

Dim sum is the Chinese equivalent of the English high tea. Siopao (Char Siu Pao). light soy sauce. Line the steamer basket with Chinese leaves (so the dumplings won't stick) and arrange the dumplings on top
One-Pot Pork Asado Sticky Rice

One-Pot Pork Asado Sticky Rice

There’s this heavy snack/meal (notice how I can blur the lines between the two), called “Matchang” (not to be confused with matcha green tea powder) that is essentially sticky/glutinous rice (malagkit), flavored with soy sauce and other chinese spices, with meat and a hard-boiled egg, wrapped in a banana leaf
Char Siu (Barbecued Pork)

Char Siu (Barbecued Pork)

Used in so many other Chinese dishes such as noodle soups, stir fried noodles, char siu pao (siopao), etc
Pork Humba (Visayan Pork Adobo)

Pork Humba (Visayan Pork Adobo)

Also, humba resembles the Chinese hong-ba, a Fujian dish made from stewed pork belly and usually paired with cua pao (steamed dough similar to siopao)
Pork Asado Filipino Recipe

Pork Asado Filipino Recipe

If you’re a Filipino, siopao or salapao may easily come to mind with pork asado. Just like the latter, it is marinated in soy sauce and garlic, among others
Eggplant With Ground Pork

Eggplant With Ground Pork

¼ cup oyster sauce. ¼ cup sweet chili sauce (a condiment sold in most grocery stores). Season with oyster sauce, soy sauce, sweet chili sauce, salt, and pepper
Taco Pao

Taco Pao

Taco Pao is a fusion of three different cuisines Mexican for the taco concept then Chinese and Filipino for the pao, a steamed bun folded like a taco filled with asado style pulled pork, shredded cabbages, pickled radish, sliced chillies dressed with creamy mayonnaise
Pork Asado Kapampangan

Pork Asado Kapampangan

This is not the sweet-savory kind that was inherited from the Chinese, like my recipe for Chicken Asado that is usually used also as siopao filling
Siopao : Chicken Asado

Siopao : Chicken Asado

Siopao is the Filipino version of the Chinese's steamed bun called char siu bao or baozi or whatever they are called
GOK WAN'S TWICE COOKED MELTING PORK

GOK WAN'S TWICE COOKED MELTING PORK

Chinese Style Roast Belly of Pork (Chinese Lechon). Simple side dishes such as stir fried vegetables, steamed rice or steamed buns (I made my own using this siopao dough recipe) is all you need to complete the meal