Binangkal

The binangkal or what I like to call the Filipino munchkin. It can be oily or greasy at times but its a delicious treat nonetheless. Its better eaten when freshly fried and the cracks on the side tell you its ready to eat, together with the sesame seeds its a delightful combination. Like the shakoy its more commonly seen in the provincial areas than the city areas in bakeries or street vendors. Something worth trying.

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