Sio Bao Pasty: A Eurasian Invention

£12.00

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Description

Product Description

Sio Bao Pasty is my own creation. You do not get this anywhere else. Not in Malaysia, China nor the UK. 

Sio Bao Pasty is a delicious pasty  pastry filled with plant-based ingredients.  In its original form, Sio Bao has a flaky Chinese pastry, with a delicious pork filling  with oyster sauce.  Sio means to bake and Bao means dumpling.  So Sio Bao is Chinese baked dumplings.

With my experimentation, I discover that it tastes better this puff pastry. The filling is now made with Quorn and vegetable sauce. It stays true to its original taste. Customers who have been to the Far East has commented that it tastes just like the original.

How To Enjoy

As this can be frozen, it is handy to have around the fridge or freezer. It makes an instant meal. Add a salad and a bowl of soup (canned or otherwise), and voila! Lunch is served. It is great as a picnic food, too.

The pasty can be eaten cold or warm. To get the most enjoyment, serve warm.

Heating Instruction

  • If frozen, defrost and heat in the oven Mark 4, 180C for 12 t0 15 minutes
  • Cool and serve
  • If you do not have time to defrost, add 5+ minutes to heating time.
  • Always make sure food is heated to piping hot before serving
  • The heating instruction si a guide only and depends on your oven.

Ingredients

Plain flour (gluten),vegan quorn, leeks, potatoes, garlic, nutmeg, bay leaf,  vegetable oil, salt, white pepper, sesame, tapioca flour, turmeric, golden syrup, seasonings (soy, sesame, wheat (gluten).

Allergy Information

see ingredients in Bold.

Storage

The pasties are freshly baked, and can be stored in the fridge for up to 6 days.

It can be frozen. To freeze, freeze on the day of purchase. It can be frozen for 2 months.

To order

£3.00 per piece. Minimum order is 4 pieces for £12.00

Please allow 2 to 3 days for the us to prepare and bake the pasties.

Additional information

Weight1.0 kg
Dimensions20.50 × 30.50 × 15.50 cm

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