Inipit refers to a kind of sweet bread which is the specialty of Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines. Inipit which literally means "pressed" refers to the custard-filled sandwich, that has earned Bulacan a name for itself. Ingredients such as eggs, milk, sugar and butter make up the chiffon sandwich. The custard filling, which is the secret ingredient of the producers of Inipit is the clincher to this delicious "Inipit" delicacy. Likewise, Inipit is one of the famous sweet delicacies of Bulacan. These are little rectangles of chiffon, made from eggs, milk, sugar and butter, with filling. Custard, caramel and Ube (violet yam) are the more popular filling flavors. It taste delicious and although it appears lightweight it is surprisingly filling. Inipit is available in some stores in Metro Manila which sells products from Bulacan. Some shops in Guiguinto, Bulacan, such as Eurobake and Barasoain Bakeshop are two of the famous Inipit sellers.
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