Niupi Candy

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Niupi Candy

Alternative names 牛皮糖
Pinyin Niupi Candy
Type Sweet and soft
Course Candy
Place of origin China
Region or state Jiangsu
Other Cooking time: 20 Minutes


Niupi Candy (Simplified Chinese: 牛皮糖; Traditional Chinese: 牛皮糖; Pinyin: Niúpí táng;) is one of the traditional snacks of Yangzhou in Jiangsu Province. It is known as “a unique specialty in Yangzhou”. The taste of Niupi Candy is sweet, the outer layer of sesame is even, the cut surface is brown and bright, and it is translucent, elastic, fragrant, chewy and non-tooth-sticking, and has a good reputation both at home and abroad. Niupi Candy is made from white sugar, white sesame, starch, peanuts, etc., and has various flavors such as peanut niupi candy, pine nuts niupi candy, original taste niupi candy, strawberry niupi candy, hawthorn niupi candy, orange niupi candy, etc.

Niupi Candy


Sweet and soft.


Niupi Candy is golden translucent, elastic, sticky and not hardened

In Chinese(Pronunciation)

Simplified Chinese: 牛皮糖;

Traditional Chinese: 牛皮糖;

Pinyin: Niúpí táng;

In English

Pure Handmade White Sesame Niupi Candy;

Niupi Candy;


Calories (kcal) 251.10 (Per 100 grams)

Carbohydrate (g) 53.32(Per 100 grams)

Fat (g) 3.10 (Per 100 grams)

Protein (g) 2.24 (Per 100 grams)

Cellulose (g) 0.51 (Per 100 grams)


Niupi Candy (牛皮糖) is estimated to be 250 kcal per 100 grams of calories.


Pine nuts niupi candy 松子牛皮糖

Peanut niupi candy 花生牛皮糖

Lemon flavored niupi candy 柠檬味牛皮糖

Mint flavored niupi candy 薄荷味牛皮糖

Green apple niupi candy 青苹果牛皮糖

Strawberry niupi candy 草莓牛皮糖

Hawthorn niupi candy 山楂牛皮糖

Niupi Candy Types


Maltose 150g

Sesame seeds 15 g

Flour 50g

Water 180g

Corn oil 20g

White sugar 80g


The processing method of Niupi Candy:

Stir the flour into a paste while adding water, and be careful not to have dough balls.

Melt and mix the white sugar and corn oil in a non-stick skillet with an equal amount of water.

Pour the paste and maltose into the skillet and simmer on low heat.

Put the simmered dough into a container with sesame seeds, use a rolling pin to make the dough into an ideal thickness. After the dough cooling down completely, it can be cut into pieces by scissors or a cutting knife.

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