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Bananaque

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A popular Filipino treat, bananaque can be found throughout the country sold from streetcarts. A delicious fried banana in brown sugar coating.

Typically, vendors use a type of banana only found in the Philippines, saba. Saba is also used to make turon, banana ketchup, and are often included as a condiment for halo-halo.

A stick, which includes two bananas, runs about ₱12 (30¢).

A stick, which includes two bananas, runs about ₱12 (30¢).

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Written by Paulo Loreto

May 3, 2013 at 9:06 PM

Posted in Food, Philippines, Travel

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