Traditional Vegan Hot Cross Buns ~ Happy Easter!

Traditional Vegan Hot Cross Buns ~ Happy Easter!

Sorry, am I a bit late to put this post on? Never mind! I think there were so many delicious recipes were out already.

I can’t count how many times that I made hot cross buns in Easter (included some of them haven’t put on post).  

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Vegan Melon Pan メロン パン (Pineapple Bun HK style) ~ 純素港式菠蘿包

Vegan Pineapple bun (HK style)/ Japanese Melon Pan/ メロン パン ~ 純素港式菠蘿包

This is the follow-up story from the previous post: Vegan Cocktail Buns. Now is the time to achieve my promise. Actually, I wrote this post a few months ago, just forgot to post it. Sorry!

 The name of this bread roll call for pineapple or melon, but it will disappoint you all if you like either of them. Because they don’t have any pineapple nor melon inside the buns neither.  🙂
 Pineapple bun is the name come from Hong Kong. Melon-pan, the ‘Pans’ mean bread in Japanese. Which is borrowed from the Portuguese and they make quite a variety of “Pan” in Japan. This is another popular traditional Japanese snack bread. A typical melon-pan is made of a bread dough covered with a thin layer of a cookie dough. The name comes from the melon like appearance, such as a cantaloupe.

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 Vegan Mexican Pumpkin Buns ~ 純素墨西哥南瓜包

Vegan Mexican Pumpkin Buns ~ 純素墨西哥南瓜包

Here is one of the bread rolls that’s so popular in the South-East Asia area. It is called Mexican buns, but do you think that you can find it in Mexico?

Today’s bread I like to make it softer because most of the South-East Asian like to eat soft buns more than the Western country bread. But if you let me choose, I like the country loaf with whole grains, nuts and more.

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Chinese Steamed Hot Dog Bun & Char Siu Bao ~ Vegan 素叉燒包,熱狗包

Chinese Steamed Hot Dog Bun & Char Siu Bao ~ Vegan     (素熱狗包,素叉燒包)

Chinese Steamed Hot Dog Bun ~ Vegan (素熱狗包)

Hi, everyone, I put on this post on before I set off to my holiday this week. Certainly, I will miss you all for three weeks, will you? 🙂  I will update my journey along if possible.

Do you know, there was a traditional breakfast culture in Chinese, they are so popular until at present, it is called ‘Yum Cha’ 飲茶!

Have you learned about the Chinese like to delivery breakfast in a restaurant, I mean the Chinese style restaurant, they serve ‘dim sums’, noodles, deep-fry food, dessert, rice congee (rice porridge), normally savoury. People like to be there after their exercise in the early morning (I am talking about 5 am,surely is not kidding!), it is their regular routine: wake up early, do the exercise, having breakfast in the restaurant, chatting with other people, sounds they’re really enjoying it.

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