Sunday, April 1, 2012

Hopia Mochi





I recently (I am used to eating plain hopia) discovered at SIDCOR Sunday Market these new versions of hopia, with mochi as additional filling. With the sweet mochi's fine and glutinous texture, it heightens the delicious experience of eating the luscious hopia filling. It adds new  excitement and pleasure to the usual fare of eating hopia. 

It is the Red Mongo which is a bit more expensive compared to Mongo Special and Ube. Red Mongo  contains sesame seeds on its hopia wrap unlike the other flavors. Still, for me, the 3 flavors with mochi  are exquisite in taste. Good thing no need to go down to Binondo and get those supply (also they are available in some stalls in Malls) the Sunday Market is a place to go and buy them. 

Mochi (Japanese) is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice (not to be confused with gluten) pounded into paste and molded into the desired shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki.[1] While also eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is commonly sold and eaten during that time. Similar snacks are prominent in HawaiiSouth KoreaTaiwan,People's Republic of China (where it is called 麻糬, Hokkien môa-chî or Mandarin máshu), Cambodia, thePhilippinesThailand, and Indonesia. 
Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mochi 

Facebook Fan Page of Pollad here - https://www.facebook.com/PollandHopia

Related post - http://lazycookloves2eat.blogspot.com/2011/01/lazy-cook-loves-to-reheat-like-eating.html


9 comments:

  1. Polland makes the best hopias in town so I will surely try this flavor soon =)

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  2. Polland those were the days. Hmm where is the Sunday Market near at? oh wait, I read the other post. Q Ave. That's not far. :)

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  3. Wow! Yummy food again. Thanks for sharing this with us. Love to eat Mochi. yum yum.

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  4. Yey! Ang cute. Hopia with a twist. nomnom!

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  5. Finally, a new hopia twist for me to try. Hope I can buy some today.

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  6. i learned to love hopia because of my wife, she would always buy hopia before going to a movie house. we only had plain monggo hopia before..its good that they now have other variations.
















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  7. This sounds interesting! Really keen to try the red mongo one. It's sure going to be a welcome twist from the traditional hopias I've had.

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  8. I think I tried hopia mochi already but from a different brand. That got me curious with Polland.

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