Sunday, April 26, 2015

pakbol


pakbol - (pak-bol; Maranao snack) [n.] cassava coated deep-fried saba banana


The cassava tuber is peeled, grated, squeezed out of its juice, then pressed between palms and molded flat then a piece of peeled semi-ripe saba banana is placed on the center and the cassava is rolled to coat the banana, then deep fried to cook.

When serving, pakbol is pressed and rolled on white or brown sugar.




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