List of steamed foods

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

Steamed foods

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

Breads

Buns and rolls

Cakes

Idli in steaming molds

Confectionery and sweets

Custards

  • Chawanmushi – (茶碗蒸し,Chawanmushi, literally "tea cup steam" or "steamed in a tea bowl"), an egg custard dish found in Japan.[9]

Dumplings

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

Meat-based

Puddings

Sliced moin moin

Rice cakes

Some varieties of rice cakes are steamed.

Gallery

See also

References

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