Steamed Stuffed Crab Bun in a Small Steamer, Changzhou
It originated from the years of Daoguang’s reign in the Qing Dynasty. It is very small in size with a unique style. It is made by processing fine white flour, ripe suet, crab meat and pork as well as seasoning. Crab oil is golden, bright and fat but not greasy. The fragrant smell of crab greets you in the distance. The gravy tastes fresh and delicious. The bun has thin and flexible crust and tender, smooth and refreshing fillings. If it is taken with aromatic vinegar, ginger shreds, it will taste better. The steamed bun in a small steamer made by Yinggui (Greeting Sweet-scented Osmanthus) Tea House in Xiyingli is of the best quality.