baozi

Potsticker vs Baozi - What's the difference?

potsticker | baozi |


As a noun potsticker

is a kind of pan-fried dumpling in east asian cuisines.

Mantou vs Baozi - What's the difference?

mantou | baozi |

Baozi - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Baozi - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | baozi |

Baozi vs Jiaozi - What's the difference?

baozi | jiaozi |


As a noun jiaozi is

a chinese crescent-shaped dumpling filled with a minced stuffing and steamed, boiled or fried; the chinese equivalent of the japanese gyoza.

Baozi vs Xiaolongbao - What's the difference?

baozi | xiaolongbao |


As a noun xiaolongbao is

(label) a type of dumpling or steamed bun (baozi ) associated with eastern china, particularly nanxiang near shanghai.

Bao vs Baozi - What's the difference?

bao | baozi | Synonyms |

Bao is a synonym of baozi.


As an abbreviation bao

is .

Pao vs Baozi - What's the difference?

pao | baozi | Synonyms |

Pao is a synonym of baozi.


As a noun pao

is peacock.

Stuffed vs Baozi - What's the difference?

stuffed | baozi |


As a verb stuffed

is (stuff).

As an adjective stuffed

is full (with), or packed (with some material or substance).

Steamed vs Baozi - What's the difference?

steamed | baozi |


As an adjective steamed

is cooked by ing.

As a verb steamed

is (steam).