Baozi is a steamed, white bun with a filling of meat or vegetables, sometimes both. The hand-sized buns are commonly eaten for breakfast, lunch, or can also be served as a dim sum dish. The types of filling vary widely, and can consist of bbq pork, minced beef, salted egg, shrimp, cabbage, leeks and can even be of the sweeter variety filled with red bean or sesame paste. Mantou, 馒头 is a type of Baozi with no filling. It can be eaten steamed or fried, dipped in condensed milk. Making Baozi at home is often a family affair, and becomes a communal activity across different generations.