Mix ingredients A together.
Knead until smooth and elastic.
Let it rise for 40 mins or until dough has double in size(to accelerate rising, put a pan of hot water on the lowest rack of oven and put bowl with dough on the rack above - cover bowl)
Cut into equal portions and line them in a row.
Cover with a slightly damp cloth.
Starting from the first portion, flatten into a disk with your hands and fold in the edges of dough into the center, pinch into a round ball and leave covered. Repeat with the second portion and so forth.
When portions are done, start with the first ball, cup with palm of your hand and roll ball on tabletop, in a circular motion. Repeat with the rest of the balls.
Starting from the first ball again, roll into a very thin circle before wrapping in filling. Repeat.
Let it rise for 20 minutes. (Paus are ready for steaming or pan-fried)
Heat a big non-stick skillet with 1 tbsp oil and place wrapped paus onto hot oil. Do not crowd - pau will expand during cooking.
Fry until the bottom of paus are browned.
Mix the flour to the water and add into skillet, cover with lid and cook until paus have risen and cooked.
Remove lid and cook until the water has evaporated and continue to fry until the bottom of paus are crispy.
Repeat this process with the remaining paus.
Serve immediately, the bottom of paus will not be crispy when left out for too long.
Chop pork till fine.
Chop spring onions and ginger until fine.
Mix ingredients for seasoning with pork.
Use the cake mixer and with the paddle beat pork until elastic.
Add in stock, spring onions and ginger.