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A question about a recipe: Chinese Beef and Chard Buns

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I have a question about step 6 on the recipe "Chinese Beef and Chard Buns" from Eat,Knit,Grow. It says:

"Coat the bottom of a pan with a thin layer of vegetable (or similar) oil and turn heat to medium"

Can I steam these instead? If so, what would be the best method to do this?

asked by iuzzini about 3 years ago
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Merrill
Merrill Stubbs

Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.

added about 3 years ago

I would think you could steam them (covered) using a wooden or metal steamer basket for 5-7 minutes, or until the dough is puffed and cooked through. I'd put a little square of parchment paper beneath each one so they don't stick to the basket.