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First take a look at Din Tai Fung’s restricted version steamed chocolate lava buns


Christmas is nearly right here and eating places are pulling out all of the stops to prime one another. Taiwanese delicacies specialist Din Tai Fung might have topped all of them with its Steamed Chocolate Lava Bun (S$3.50 for 1pc, S$10 for 3pcs). Will probably be obtainable in any respect their retailers from 1 November to 31 December 2022.

Din Tai Fung - choc lava bun
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Each Steamed Chocolate Lava Bun 巧克力流沙包 (which Google interprets as “Chocolate quicksand bag”) is crammed with 80% premium molten chocolate lava. If that deliciously decadent statistic isn’t sufficient to tempt you, simply do not forget that all of the gooey goodness is nestled inside a pillowy gentle and fluffy cocoa bun.

In line with Din Tai Fung’s ‘Golden Christmas’ theme, every tantalisingly fairly brown bun can also be marked in a golden end by hand.

Whereas there isn’t a doubt that the aesthetics of the Steamed Chocolate Lava Bun are nearly excellent, components make a distinction, too. There was no skimping in that regard; these delights from the bakery are created from a particular flour imported straight from Taiwan.

Din Tai Fung’s progressive culinary prowess, top-notch components and oh-so-heavenly chocolate have come collectively to depart me craving for Christmas much more this 12 months!

Din Tai Fung custard bun red bean bun
Credit score – Din Tai Fung

That’s not all, although. The chain’s all-time favourites, Steamed Custard Bun 流沙包 (S$3 for 1pc, S$9 for 3pcs) and Steamed Purple Bean Xiao Lengthy Bao with Chocolate Lava 巧克力豆沙小笼包 (S$10.30 for 6pcs, S$12.80 for 10pcs) will even be making an look, come year-end.

The Steamed Custard Bun with its salted egg custard filling is a steadiness of candy and savoury. Its wealthy and clean texture is unparalleled. In the meantime, each velvety Steamed Purple Bean Xiao Lengthy Bao with Chocolate Lava envelops a molten filling of chocolate and crimson bean paste. The 2 flavours complement one another very effectively.

I can’t wait to get my fingers on all 3 of those buns!

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