Sao Bing is a traditional Chinese bread, flaky, layered, deliciousness. It’s most commonly eaten with fried dough crullers (you tiao) inside and soy bean milk. You can buy Sao Bing in Flushing and Chinatown but it’s not exactly the same as the ones in Taiwan (which tend to have scallions in the dough). It’s the food my mom misses most so she always brings some back.

Of course my mom gave us some so I made scallion omelets to sandwich inside. That is a classic way to eat it but not as popular as You Tiao or cold sliced beef.

I wish I had more Sao Bing so I can make some fusion sandwiches, a grilled cheese, rare roast beef, egg salad, yum…..

posted by jessica at 11:16 AM Filed under Products. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.