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Hot, Soupy, Juicy: Here are Three of Our Most Favorite Bao

It was so hard to pick, but we are boiling down our top bao picks to Nanxiang’s xiaolongbao, Jiangsu’s tangbao, and Xinjiang’s baked bao. We traveled to these regions to see how they mix, roll, and wrap these yummy handmade buns.

This is a four-part series that brings together previous episodes from our Eat China’s Noodle and Bao Edition. You can also catch it on Asian Food Network. Stay tuned for the next episode for even more stories about bao!

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00:00 Nanxiang’s xiaolongbao
07:12 Jiangsu’s tangbao
15:32 Xinjiang’s baked bao

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Producer: Clarissa Wei
Videographer: Patrick Wong, Deng Yang, Shirley Xu
Animation: Frank Lam
Editor: Joel Roche
Mastering: Victor Peña

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