Baozi

Baozi

One of China’s most popular breakfast foods, baozi are steamed buns stuffed with hearty fillings. The mantou bread—however bland on its own—makes the perfect vessel for fillings like salty pork (rou bao). Vegetarians will become addicts of the minced cabbage and tofu inside the cai bao.  You can spot baozi stands by steaming bamboo baskets stacked high on the sidewalk. Mom and pop vendors make the best baozi, but these corner shops are a dying breed, so it’s easier to get your fill at popular chains like Babi Mantou.

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