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Has anyone come across a minimally processed frozen dough that they like? I enjoy Bao but making dough scares me.

asked by @sdjurgensen almost 4 years ago
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added almost 4 years ago

I don't know what's available frozen, but you should definitely try making the dough yourself! It's fun and easy!! Here's one that looks pretty easy: http://chinesefood.about...

Good luck!

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added almost 4 years ago

If you live in NYC, I'm sure they are available in Chinatown since the Momofuku cookbook references that they purchased them from a wholesale shop in Chinatown, and the shop and others probably sells to stores, but I've only purchased frozen dumplings, not bao wrappers so I can't tell you offhand.