How-To Make Classic-Style Pork Gua Bao

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Chef Bao Bao of Greenpoint restaurant Baoburg shows us how to make pork gua bao in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen. These perfectly steamed buns are light, fluffy, and filled with sweet and savory slow-cooked pork belly.

Born and raised in northern Thailand, Chef Bao Bao grew up eating bao and calls them "genius." We agree. They're a perfect snack (or meal) any time you're hungry.

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