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My favorite Steamed Buns.
You can fill these with basically anything you want, as long as it's fairly dry and strongly flavored, but you can repair weak fillings by serving them with ponzu, so that's okay too.
Now, see, I do almost the identical recipe except that I bake the buns, which in my experience leads to substantially less sticky fingers.
I was going to make a dumb joke about what types of play various recipes are suitable for, but realized that might derail a thread where I might learn new and useful recipes. Must restrain childish sense of humor!
When I baked them, they did not rise properly. What temperature/time did you use?
I think 350 for some minutes (I could check) but I let them rise for much longer after filling them. Hours, rather than 20 minutes.
What I really, really adore about the baked version though (for personal consumption) is that if you bake them, freeze them, then stick them right back into a hot oven, they come out almost exactly the same. So I always make, like, triple recipes of buns and freeze two thirds of them, then I snack for weeks.
Posted By: ElizabethHoliday Avocado Dip....
Going through some of the "Best of Story Games" threads and came across this one. Decided to cast Raise Dead with a few recipes I've used and experimented with. Vegeterian-friendly, easy to snack on, and quite well received!
Heat the oven to 400°F and arrange a rack in the middle. In a large bowl, toss the chickpeas with the remaining ingredients until coated. Spread the chickpeas in an even layer on a rimmed baking sheet and bake until crisp, about 30 to 40 minutes.
Throw this in the food processor until it's smooth. Add kosher/sea salt to taste. Serve with pita wedges, chips or veggies.