Where to find the best sheng jian bao dumplings

On this week's episode of 'The Bucket List: Dumplings,' we visit Kang Kang Food Court to learn how to make sheng jian bao, then we head into our Los Angeles Times kitchen with dumpling chef and expert Britney Wang.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • November 21, 2022
Sheng jian bao might be one of the most difficult dumplings to get right. They’re part yeasted bun, part potsticker and a soup dumpling all in one. The best sheng jian bao have a thick, crispy bottom, a fluffy middle, a thin and chewy top and a...
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