Sticky rice (galapong), coconut milk (gata), and sugar  baked with charcoal  fire. make up this unique dessert. Think of it as a very smooth, ube-flavored bibingka with an almost-mochi type of consistency and would go perfectly well with vanilla ice cream.  You can also have Inutak  with  Salabat or Coffee on the side.


Tipas Hopia



A popular brand of pastry originating from the Chinese. Belen Flores founded Tipas Bakery in her hometown of  Ibayo-Tipas in Taguig City to compete with hopia produced by the Chinese, hoping to out-bake them with her own version. Her first product which persists today and remains a cheap and popular snack is the hopia mongo,a flaky version of the hopia filled with sweet split mung bean paste.

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