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Binangkal is a type of doughnut from the islands of Visayas and Mindanao in the Philippines. It is made from deep-fried dense dough balls coated with sesame seeds. It is usually eaten with hot chocolate or coffee.
The name is derived from bangkal, the local Cebuano common name for the Leichhardt tree (Nauclea orientalis) which bears spherical flowers and fruits.
- ↑ Dawn Bohulano Mabalon (2013). "As American as Jackrabbit Adobo: Cooking, Eating, and Becoming Filipina/o American before World War II", Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader. NYU Press. ISBN 9781479869251.
- ↑ Belle Piccio (6 August 2013). Binangkal: A Cebuano Native Delicacy. Choose Philippines.
- ↑ Binangkal Recipe. Kusinera Davao.
- ↑ Bernadette Parco (15 September 2016). 'Hikay': Cookbook hopes to keep Cebuano cookery alive. GMA News Online.
- ↑ Bangkal. Binisaya.com.