Hopia Combi Ube Langka 150 gr
Hopia Combi Ube Langka are a kind of dough cookies with a creamy ube / jackfruit filling. Delicious to eat as a snack and available with different types of fillings.
Hopia Combi Ube Langka
Also known as Bakpia is a popular Indonesian and Filipino moon cake-like pastry. This pastry is available with different types of fillings. It is widely available and fun as a treat or as a gift to friends or relatives. The dough is a kind of cake-like cake dough. The cookies can be eaten hot or cold. Check our website for the different types of fillings.
The Ube root is a tuberous crop also known as yam. The Ube root is from Africa and Asia. The tubers vary in size. The Purple yam is used in different desserts, there are also different types of ice cream with ube and in combination with coconut. In the Philippines, it is also available as ube halayá. This is a kind of ube jam. One of the dishes in which ube is processed is the very popular halo-halo dessert from the Philippines. This is a shaved ice dessert with fresh fruit, ube, cream, condensed milk, and coconut.
Also called Jackfruit or nangka and is a fruit that grows on a tree and has its origins in India. The fruits can weigh up to 40 kilos. The fruit is pear-shaped and can have a length of 100 cm and 50 cm wide. The outside is brownish green and has sharp edges. The ripe flesh is yellowish and tastes slightly sweet and has a sweet odor. The fruit stands out due to the high starch content of 30%. The jack fruit is one of the largest fruit growing on a tree. Young unripe jack fruit is used as a vegetable. The large seeds in the fruit are also used in Filipino cuisine as a dish in combination with coconut milk.
White beans, purple yam, sugar, milk, jackfruit, water, corn oil, palm oil, butter, wheat flour, iodized salt, FD&C Blue No.1 (E133), FD&C Red No.40 (E129), FD&C Yellow No.5 (E102).
Also known as: Hopia Combi Ube Langka
Country of origin: Philippines
Brand: Eng Bee Tin
Content: 150 gr