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Panipopo

Prep Time: 60 Minutes
Cook Time:
15–20 Minutes

Ingredients

  • Buns

  • 2T Yeast

  • 1C Sugar
  • 4T Butter (Half a Stick)
  • 10–12C Flour
  • 3C Warm Water
     
  • Sauce

  • 3 Cans Coconut Milk

  • 3 Cans Water
  • 1/2C Corn Starch
  • 1C Sugar

Directions

  1. In a large bowl, add Yeast to Warm Water and allow to dissolve.
  2. Add Sugar to Warm Water and allow to dissolve.
  3. Add Butter to Warm Water and allow to melt.
  4. Slowly add Flour 1C at a time or until the dough is no longer sticky.
  5. Rub outside of dough and bowl with oil to prevent it from sticking.
  6. Allow to rise for 30–45 minutes. (While dough is rising, begin preparing sauce.)
  7. In a sauce pan, add the Coconut Milk.
  8. Using the same cans, add Water.
  9. Add Corn Starch and bring to boil, stirring continuously, to avoid burning.
  10. Once it comes to a boil, reduce heat to Medium.
  11. Add Sugar to sauce and stir to dissolve.
  12. Cook 10–15 minutes to allow sauce to thicken.
  13. When dough has finished rising, preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  14. Pour sauce into full size cookie sheet (about 1/4 inch thick) and allow to cool.
  15. Break dough into balls about half the size of your fist and fill cookie sheet on top of sauce.
  16. Cover and allow to rise 15 minutes.
  17. Bake 15–20 minutes or until the tops of the buns are browned.

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