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6 frozen chicken teriyaki bao’buns

173 / 192 Kcal

6 frozen chicken teriyaki bao’buns

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product description

These soft steamed buns filled with chicken, teriyaki sauce & vegetables are ready to eat in just under a minute.

how to enjoy

microwave [from frozen]

Place 1 bao bun in the microwavable pouch provided & fold over twice to ensure it is completely sealed.
Place on a microwavable plate & cook for 40 seconds on high power (900W).
Allow bao bun to stand in the sealed pouch for 20 seconds.
Carefully remove the bao bun.

steam in steamer [from frozen]

Line steamer with greaseproof paper & pre-heat.
Place bao buns in the steamer & cover with lid.
Steam for 10-12 minutes.
Remove steamer from heat & carefully remove the bao buns.

steam in colander  [from frozen]

Line colander with greaseproof paper.
Place the colander above a pan of softly boiling water.
Place bao buns in and cover with lid. Steam for 12-14 minutes.
Remove colander from heat & carefully remove the bao buns.

Serve & enjoy!

Cooking instructions for guidance only, cooking appliances will vary. Please ensure food is cooked until piping hot. Do not reheat once cooked.



173 / 192 kcal

fat total

2.3 / 2.5 g

fat saturated

0.6 / 0.7 g


7.0 / 7.8 g


30 / 34 g


5.4 / 6.0 g


1.9 / 2.1 g


0.91 / 1.01 g

per serving / per 100g


wheat [gluten], soya, sesame

if you require a detailed ingredients list, please contact us

‘may contain’ means that there might be cross contamination of this allergen at one of our ingredient suppliers.

every attempt has been made to ensure that there has been no cross contamination of allergens but we cannot 100% guarantee that none has occurred.

we adjust the recipe of our products from time to time; and therefore we recommend that you always check the ingredient lists and nutrition declarations on the packs of all our products prior to purchase to determine product information.

take a bao

The first bao we ever served in our restaurants used a fluffy pancake like bun we folded around the filling. They looked & tasted beautiful, but made a mess when you ate them.
We thought this was a problem without a solution. Afterall, some things are just messy, the taste was worth it.
That was until a winter trip to Tokyo, where we saw clear steaming chests filled with hot snacks dotted all over the city. There was one thing in particular that caught our eye; a perfect round bao bun called a Nikuman.
When making a Nikuman the dough is folded & sealed around the filling before being steamed. This locks in the flavour & means you can confidently eat the bun with one hand. Same incredible taste, no mess. Our transition was swift.