Huangqiao shaobing, or Huangqiao bucket baked rolls, originate from Huangqiao town in Taixing city – a county level city administered by Taizhou city, in East China's Jiangsu province. They became famous during the decisive battle of Huangqiao in 1940, when the local people bravely sent out food to soldiers on the frontline who were under fire.
It's deservedly won lots of honors – such as the title for the Chinese national snack and the Jiangsu Food Expo Gold Award – after years of refinements. As a result, it's become one of the calling cards of Huangqiao town.
To make Huangqiao bucket baked rolls you need flour, lard, peanut oil and sesame. The flour must have a medium gluten and the sesame seeds must be peeled without any change to their color and shape.
Put simply, Huangqiao bucket baked rolls have two flavors – salty and sweet.
Huangqiao bucket baked rolls have a golden color, an appealing appearance and are crispy and delicious. [Photo/WeChat ID: tztour]