|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Cebu|
|Main ingredients||Flour, shortening, coconut, and sugar|
|Cookbook: Otap Media: Otap|
Otap (sometimes spelled utap) is an oval-shaped puff pastry in the Philippines, especially common in Cebu where it originated. It usually consists of a combination of flour, shortening, coconut, and sugar. In order to achieve the texture of the pastry, it must undergo a two-stage baking process.
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