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Testing out Ramen Banh Bao with Pillsbury biscuit dough

How I made ramen Banh Bao using Pillsbury biscuit dough. My brother suggested I use the dough because he saw it trending earlier this year. You want to make sure and use the Grands flaky version. Ideally, you want to use a rolling pin to roll up the dough but I don't have one so I used a wine tumbler.

For the filling, I made curry ramen from the package, lap cheong, which is a Chinese sausage, and cooked quail eggs. Put the filling in the center of the dough, pick up one side of it and do this folding method all the way around. Make sure you pinch and twist the top. If not, you'll have a hole open up in the steamer. Place the Banh Bao on parchment paper and place it in a steamer. Cook it for 14 minutes. And, that's really it. This was my first time making it and honestly, I loved it! I'm going to try different ramen flavors next time.


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