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Do Sha Bao Filling (Red Bean Bun Filling)

Mmm....sweet, smooth, warm and with just the righ depth of flavor -- there's nothing like dou sha bao. Though primarily is a filling for Chinese steamed buns, this versatile and fairly healthy sweet tooth satisfier can also be spread on toast, used as a pancake filling, or eaten like refried beans. For some reason, do sha bao are extremely popular among female college students and taxi drivers.

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directions

  • Bring water to a boil in a saucepan, dissolve in sugar and shortening.
  • Bring beans and bean liquid to a boil in a saucepan or large skillet.
  • Add water-shortening-sugar mixture.
  • Boil vigorously and mash for 15 minutes or until a paste begins to come together.
  • Dissolve cornstarch in a little water and stir in to aid the formation of the paste.
  • Refrigerate before use to improve consistency. For coarser paste, leave some beans whole. Use more shortening, less water, and/or a food processor for a smoother texture.
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"Mmm....sweet, smooth, warm and with just the righ depth of flavor -- there's nothing like dou sha bao. Though primarily is a filling for Chinese steamed buns, this versatile and fairly healthy sweet tooth satisfier can also be spread on toast, used as a pancake filling, or eaten like refried beans. For some reason, do sha bao are extremely popular among female college students and taxi drivers."
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  1. BrotherAdso
    Mmm....sweet, smooth, warm and with just the righ depth of flavor -- there's nothing like dou sha bao. Though primarily is a filling for Chinese steamed buns, this versatile and fairly healthy sweet tooth satisfier can also be spread on toast, used as a pancake filling, or eaten like refried beans. For some reason, do sha bao are extremely popular among female college students and taxi drivers.
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