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Banana Cue

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Banana cue is simply saba (cooking banana, similar to plaintains), rolled in brown sugar and then deep fried. The hot oil caramelizes the sugar, giving the banana cue an ooey-gooey, (careful not to bite into it while its still hot!) crunchy quality.


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I remember coming home from school and my mum would have a plateful of piping hot banana cues sitting on the counter waiting for us to devour. Yours looks delicious.

Written by jenjen on Jun 11, 2006 12:22 AM

Also try searching some Asian markets. Some Filipino companies (try Jufran corp.) have been making their own variey of banana ketchup for a while.

Written by jon t on Aug 12, 2006 03:22 PM

how to cook it

Written by may on Jul 14, 2007 09:47 PM

banana cue is delicious except the ones sold at our cafeteria.

Written by jc on Mar 4, 2008 10:02 PM

Paano ba magluto ng banana cue please gusto ko lang in tagalog version po please...............

Written by Kristine on Oct 27, 2008 05:34 PM

Good day,
I am the editorial assistant of a newly-launched online lifestyle magazine, GabLifestyle.com. And I’m writing to inform you that we would like to publish a photo of your banana cue, to be used for a feature tackling Philippine street foods.

http://yummybanana.webgoonies.com/images/bananacue.jpg

Please be informed that full credit will be given to the website as the source of the said photos.
Thank you,
Mau

Written by Mau Belmonte on Jul 30, 2010 07:24 PM

Mau,
That will be fine for you to use this image however please move it to your site instead of linking directly to mine. Thank you.


-Kevin

Written by Kevin on Jul 30, 2010 07:37 PM



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