Flower rolls steamed mandarin rolls Hanamaki 花卷

Steamed mandarin rolls / flower rolls ( Hanamaki ), 花卷

Steamed mandarin rolls / flower rolls ( Hanamaki ), 花卷

Flower rolls pronounced “Fa Guen” in cantonese are also often referred to as mandarin rolls and are a chinese variation of steamed bread. The special thing about these are their shape which reminds you of flower blossoms. Usually flower rolls are salted and have spring onions inside.

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材料 8 – 9 個花卷

1. 250 克 = 8. 820 oz, 先濾麵粉
2. 半茶匙發粉
3. 1 1/2 茶匙糖
4. 1 1/2 茶匙乾發子
5. 165 ml = 5. 579 fl oz 暖水大約 40 度暖, ( 先用 75 ml = 2. 536 fl oz )
6. 1 條青蔥, 洗淨, 去水, 切綠色段薄片大約 4 湯匙
7. 3 湯匙菜油
8. 1/4 茶匙鹽
9. 一些麵粉
10. 8 – 9 張小油紙
11. 少許菜油, 擦用

Ingredients 8 – 9 rolls

1. 250 grams = 8.820 oz , sieved all purpose flour
2. 1/2 tsp baking powder
3. 1 1/2 tsp sugar
4. 1 1/2 tsp dry yeast
5. 165 ml = 5. 579 fl oz, luke warm water, 40 °C ( first use 75 ml = 2. 536 oz )
6. 1 spring onion = 4 tbsp
7. 3 tbsp oil
8. 1/4 tsp salt
9. some flour
10. 8 – 9 sheets small parchment paper
11. some oil

4 Responses to Flower rolls steamed mandarin rolls Hanamaki 花卷

  1. kan Lau says:

    Thank you very much for your show, nice showing and easy to understanding. Do you have any Hong Kong style baking bread Buns recipes. I would like learn that very much.

    • Maria says:

      Hi kan, you are welcome. Thank you for watching my videos. Yes, I have Hongkong pineapple bun 菠蘿飽. Please check my channel also I just made a Hk cocktail bun 雞尾飽 video, it is now on the waiting list to uploads. Have a great day ^^

  2. Vivian says:

    Hi Maria,
    I made these with my girls and they love it! They ask if we can make BBQ pork pun (叉燒飽) with the same recipe?
    Thanks
    Vivian

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