Pingliang Subing, Pingliang
The popular delicacy with local flavor, Pingliang Subing (a kind of crisp cakes), also called Sumo, whose name spreads over the three provinces of Shanxi, Gansu and Ningxia, was first made over one hundred year ago. Pingliang Sumo consists of three kinds, the Han’s Ansubing and Hui’s Mingsubing and Chesubing. It is not crisp seen from the surface of Ansubing, but when eating you won’t think so. It has the spiced salty one and the sweet one with sugar inside. So does the Mingsubing, which are oil and crisp as we can see. There are over ten shapes of Subing, the cattle’s tongue shape, the gunny sole shape, the eyebrow shape and square shape, etc. Over the decades, the instant innovations of the crafts have brought up the varied, crisp, fragrant, and easy-to-carrying Pingliang Subing.