How to make it

  • Cook mungo with the water until it has turned into a thick paste and the mungo is mashed. Add the sugar. Chill until thoroughly cool.
  • Meanwhile, make doughs. by mixing all the ingredients for dough 1 and separtely dough 2.
  • Relax dough 1 in the refrigerator for about 10 mins. Roll out into a long rectangle about 24 x 10. Spread dough 2 thinly on dough 1. Roll as for jellyroll. Cut about 1/3 inch thick disks.
  • Roll disks to about 3", fill with filling, gather the edges and place on parchment lined sheet pans seam side down. Eggwash and bake for about 15 mins . Cool

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  • sugarmama 6 years ago
    I love hopia... & I dream I can make it someday... thanks for sharing!
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  • athomebaker 9 years ago
    HI! Im from the Philippines! hopia is a favorite here in our home,may it be kundol,ube or pork.But i havent tried making any,thanks for a great recipe!
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  • betchie 9 years ago
    It's mung bean, frodo. I usually buy it at Asian Market.
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  • frodo 9 years ago
    what is a mungo?
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    " It was excellent "
    elgab89 ate it and said...
    I had a friend at work that used to bring these goodies. We always requested them for potluck. They are delicious!
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