List of buns

Various buns

This is a list of buns. A bun is a small, sometimes sweet, bread, or bread roll. Though they come in many shapes and sizes, they are most commonly hand-sized or smaller, with a round top and flat bottom.


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A bánh bao split in half, displaying its contents







Lotus seed buns: this particular variety is available in many typical Cantonese restaurants as a type of dim sum.




A piece of sugary pan de muerto


A street vendor in Chiang Mai, Thailand, selling various types of salapao




See also


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