Hopia Mongo (Mung Bean Pastry)
Hopia is a Chinese-Filipino pastry traditionally filled with either mung beans (Hopia Mongo) or wintermelon (cooked in pork fat more commonly knowned as Hopia Baboy).
Apopular Filipino bean filled pastry originally introduced by Fujianese immigrants in urban centres of the Philippines around the start of the American civil occupation. It is a widely-available inexpensive treat and a favoured gift for friends and relatives.
Mung Bean (67%), Cane Sugar, Corn Oil, Palm Oil, Wheat Flour, Water, Salt
In the late 80s, Eng Bee Tin was the first to introduce modern hopia flavors starting with the world-renowned "Hopia Ube". In 2019, there are more than 25 different flavors and variations of the Hopia introduced by Eng Bee Tin.
Ideal as a snack.
- Microwave - 30 seconds or until soft
- Toaster - Thaw then toast for 5 minutes
- Pan Grill - Thaw then grill for 2 minutes on each side
If you do not freeze it, shelf life is up to 14 days.
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