Tandoori Jackfruit Bao (Pao) | Vegan/Vegetarian Recipe



RECIPE DESCRIPTION ✿ ▷ Veganlovlie Recipes / Steamed buns: Baos, or what is also known as pao in Mauritius, are soft fluffy Chinese buns that are often …

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  1. Veganlovlie | Vegan Fusion-Mauritian Cooking

    ▶ Veganlovlie Recipes / Steamed buns: Baos, or what is also known as pao in Mauritius, are soft fluffy Chinese buns that are often stuffed with either sweet or savoury fillings.For a little fusion twist on the traditional Mauritian savoury bao (pao), in today's recipe, I am stuffing them with tandoori spiced jackfruit which makes a pretty unique flavourful filling. ✿ PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ https://veganlovlie.com/tandoori-jackfruit-bao-pao/

  2. The buns look amazing and so does the filling. I will be trying this recipe soon. Is there a particular reason to use jackfruit instead of, say, shreded soy chunks? Whenever I have worked with jackfruit I have found it to have an unpleasant gummy texture.

  3. I have a new colleague at work here in Montreal that comes from Mauritia. I keep telling him about the Mauritian recipes you have on your website. It's super fun to talk about food with him and to show him I know a bit about Mauritian cuisine. This recipe looks delicious, might try it soon.

  4. Awesome! Will make these this week when I can pick up some green Jackfruit! Thanks for the video!

  5. graciella kuenstler

    What does Jackfruit taste like?

  6. Iben Grossmeyer

    Uhmm so good❤

  7. Michelle Waithe

    Yum! This recipe looks SO good! I love pao, can't wait to try this. P.S Teenuja, your apron is so cute 🙂

  8. Lovely❤❤

  9. Too much work. Any one in Toronto making it, please send me one 🙂

  10. These look amazing, thank you so much for sharing!! You are one of my favorite you tubers!!

  11. Thank you for your recipes. It makes it so much easier to eat healthier when people like your share what you've learned with others. Love it…

  12. So good to see you back!

  13. This is worth trying out. I wonder if it's possible to put a really dense coconut milk / sugar vanilla (or other flavor like cacao) / starch mixture inside instead of the jackfruit.

  14. what a fantastic healthy recipe!!! Loving it 🙂

  15. What If we just cook the jackfruit as sabzi and eat it with naan or Roti? The dough part looks tough.

  16. These look amazing! You did an awesome job!

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