Definitions

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  • noun a type of steamed bun or baozi from eastern China

Etymologies

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Mandarin Mandarin trad. 小籠包, simpl. 小笼包 (pinyin: xiǎolóngbāo)

Examples

  • The dumplings contain slightly less broth than the normal xiaolongbao, but are melt-in-the-mouth delicious nonetheless.

    Taipei Times

  • Fans of xiaolongbao (小籠包), or soup dumplings, should add Heshanzhi (何善之) to their list of places to try.

    Taipei Times

  • They weren't the very best xiaolongbao I've ever had, but they were definitely the best free ones!

    Eating L.A.

  • These items make the xiaolongbao with chicken broth (雞汁小籠包, NT$130) seem all the more humble.

    Taipei Times

  • In the floor above the local shops, noodle soup and Shanghai's famous stuffed pastry specialities, baozi and xiaolongbao, are served.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In the floor above the local shops, noodle soup and Shanghai's famous stuffed pastry specialities, baozi and xiaolongbao, are served.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In the floor above the local shops, noodle soup and Shanghai's famous stuffed pastry specialities, baozi and xiaolongbao, are served.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In the floor above the local shops, noodle soup and Shanghai's famous stuffed pastry specialities, baozi and xiaolongbao, are served.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In the floor above the local shops, noodle soup and Shanghai's famous stuffed pastry specialities, baozi and xiaolongbao, are served.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In the floor above the local shops, noodle soup and Shanghai's famous stuffed pastry specialities, baozi and xiaolongbao, are served.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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