Siopao is a Filipino dish sold in bakeries and gas stations all over the island. The recipe in A Taste of Guam is for chicken siopao, though pork and beef may also be used. Siopaos on Guam might have a slice of a hard boiled egg. The dough of this recipe is super soft and luscious!
from a fan: "My siopao turned out beautiful. Tastes good, too. Thanks for the recipe, Paula!"
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