Steamed dim sum

This is a list of steamed foods and dishes that are typically or commonly prepared by the cooking method of steaming.

Steamed foods

Bánh tẻ
A Chinese steamed egg with shrimp, asparagus and broth
A Chinese steamed egg with shrimp, asparagus and broth
Nasi tim in Jakarta, Indonesia
Nasi tim in Jakarta, Indonesia

Breads

Steamed bread

Blackpool Milk roll Steamed bread roll originating in Blackpool Lancashire[7]

Buns and rolls

Xiaolongbao

Cakes

Idli in steaming molds
Idli in steaming molds

Confectionery and sweets

Lucky tatties

Custards

Chawanmushi

Dumplings

Varieties of steamed siomay: tofu, potatoes, cabbages, bitter gourd and eggs
Varieties of steamed siomay: tofu, potatoes, cabbages, bitter gourd and eggs

Meat-based

Half of a steamed cheeseburger
Half of a steamed cheeseburger

Puddings

Sliced moin moin
Sliced moin moin

Rice cakes

Puto in banana leaves
Puto in banana leaves

Some varieties of rice cakes are steamed.

Gallery

See also

References

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