Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Shaobing or huoshao is a baked, layered flatbread with sesame on top, in Chinese cuisine. They are usually made in two flavors: savoury or sweet. In the Mandarin cuisine tradition, shaobing are served with hot pot in winter.

Shaobing is also used as a bread with youtiao , a puffy fried dough, to make a sandwich called shāobǐng yóutiáo . This is usually eaten with hot soy milk for breakfast and is highly popular in northern mainland China and Taiwan.

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