Shaobing (烧饼) is a baked, layered flatbread, usually with sesame on top and fillings in the middle. They can contain a variety of fillings, which can be grouped into two main flavors: savoury or sweet. The sweet Shaobing usually have red bean paste or black sesame paste as fillings, while the savoury ones often have sliced meat as fillings. Shaobing are freshly baked in a hollow oven, a kind of portable tandoor. The oven makes them crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Shaobing is common for breakfast and is usually eaten with soy milk.
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