Buko Pandan Hopia (Per Dozen)


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This hopia is filled with young coconut and screwpine leaves.

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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