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Sausage bun

This article is about the pastry. For the sandwich component, see Hot dog bun.
Sausage bun
Type Hong Kong pastry
Place of origin Hong Kong
Cookbook:Sausage bun 
Sausage bun
Traditional Chinese 腸仔包
Simplified Chinese 肠仔包
Cantonese Jyutping coeng4*2 zai2 baau1
Literal meaning sausage bun

A sausage bun is a type of Hong Kong pastry, essentially the equivalent of pigs in a blanket. It is found in Hong Kong as well as in many bakeries in Chinatowns in western countries. The sausage used is chicken frank.[1]

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References

  1. ^ Christine Ho (19 August 2011). "Hong Kong Style Sausage Rolls". christinesrecipes.com. Retrieved 11 August 2012. 


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