Steamed Bunny Buns with Pork Floss-Mayo Filling

Little B adores little white bunnies. So I made little white bunnies and stuffed them with her favourite pork floss! Hehe… Turned out pretty cute and tasty!

I modified a recipe that came with my breadmaker. Instead of chopping up char siew and other intricate bits, I took the easy way out and just used pork floss and mayonnaise… Hehe… so here you go- Steamed Pork Floss Bunnies! They are really easy to make, especially if you have a breadmaker… Teehee!

Ingredients
2/3 cup water
1 cup Pau flour (bread flour is fine)
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp cooking oil (I used lard;))
1 tsp active yeast
Mayonnaise
Pork floss

Method
1) Put all ingredients (except Mayonnaise and Pork floss) into the breadmaker and knead it into dough.

2) Remove from breadmaker and cut into 8 equal portions.

3) let the portions rise for 20 mins, covered in a warm, cosy place. Then knead them into balls and flatten them before adding a filling of mayonnaise and pork floss.

4) bunch the edges together into one little bunny tail!

5) cut out two ears with a pair of scissors.

6) lay the bunnies on some cut-out baking paper and place them onto your steaming plate. Not too close please! The bunnies need breathing space!:)

7) Dot in the eyes and nose with red food coloring. Or if you may just poke little holes for the eyes

I used a chopstick to dot the eyes and noses.

There you go! All ready to be steamed!

8) steam the bunnies for 10-15 mins… I gave a range as timing may vary for different steamers…

Hello little bunnies!:)

Welcome to my world!

Little B has been waiting eagerly for you!!

Yum yum!

Tastes great!:)

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