Taiwanese Pork Sausage Buns
Hugdog sandwiches we enjoyed in Taipei
, we made these Taiwanese pork sausage buns with store bought manthao and Taiwanese sausages, homemade pickled cabbage and crushed peanut cakes.
For the pickled cabbage
To complete the mini sandwiches
or 6 medium-sized ones
depending on their size, you may need more than three sausages
crushed, or 3 tablespoons crushed roasted peanuts tossed with 2 tablespoon light brown sugar
thinly sliced scallions
Make the pickled cabbage
Thinly slice the cabbage. Rinse and drain.
Place the cabbage in a pot. Add the rice vinegar, sugar and salt.
Uncovered over medium-low heat, cook the cabbage, stirring occasionally, until softened and most of the liquid has evaporated. Cool.
Prepare the manthou and sausages
While the cabbage cooks, place the manthou in a steamer basket and steam until hot and fluffy. Turn the heat off but keep the steamer covered to keep the manthou hot.
Cut the sausages into pieces the same size as the manthou. Grill until heated through and shiny with their own fat.
Assemble the sausage buns
Split each manthou without cutting all the way through.
Stuff each split manthou with drained pickled cabbage, top with a piece of sausage then sprinkle the crushed peanut cake (or sweetened peanut, if you're substituting) and scallions on top.
Serve the Taiwanese pork sausage buns immediately.
Taiwanese Pork Sausage Buns https://devour.asia/taiwanese-pork-sausage-buns/ June 27, 2019