Guava (Per Dozen)


This particular recipe is made from flour and shortening so the crust is flaky just like that of Empanada and the filling is made with mung bean, the same as that of Butsi. Hopia has long since evolved into different flavors, shapes, fillings and textures.

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Hopia is a popular Filipino pastry filled with bean paste which was introduced by the Fujian Chinese during the American occupation. It came from the Chinese word ho-pian which means “good biscuit”, it is nearly similar to moon cake wherein a pastry is filled with a sweet paste and it is also traditionally given as a gift for friends and relative.


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