Pour the sauce over piping hot buns (or dip in the sauce) and enjoy ^^
You can also fry fresh buns in a bit of oil to make "Fried Pork Buns" ♥
Story Behind this Recipe
My home is in Hakata, Kyushu (southern Japan). The steamed buns sold at convenience stores there come with a vinegar soy sauce and Japanese mustard. When I moved to the Kanto area and found that steamed buns aren't eaten this way, I was very surprised. That is why I want to share this recipe with you. (^^)
You can tear open the bun and pour in the sauce, or put the sauce on a small plate for dipping. The bun is very tasty if it soaks up the sauce (lol).
Try cooking frozen buns by passing them through a stream of running water before wrapping them in plastic, without sealing the wrap. This will produce moist and fluffy buns.