Ginataang saba

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Ginataang saba is a Filipino dessert made from ripe saba or cardaba bananas stewed in sweetened coconut milk. It is traditionally eaten warm, but it can also be eaten chilled. It is a type of ginataan. It is also known as saba sa gata, ginataang saging, sareala, among other names.[1][2] Sago pearls are also commonly added to the dish, in which case it becomes ginataang saging at sago.[3][4]

It is also known as pinakro in the Bicol Region, although pinakro is more accurately a different dish that can also be made with breadfruit, cassava, and other starchy root crops.[5]

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