The Baked Baozi

Last updated by chinatravel at 2013-11-2

Baked Baozi (called “Shamusa” in the Uighur Language) the Thin Skin Baozi(called Pitertuman in the Uighur language) are two foods weel received by the ordinary Uighur people and they are mainly sold in the dining houses and food stalls on the bazzrs both in the city and the countryside. They are very similar to the meat nipping Chinese cake of Beijing and the Goubuli Baozi in Tianjin which are very popular among the customers. The baked Baozi has a golden oily color and the skin tastes crispy while the meat tastes delicate and very delicious with fragrance.

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