Not a chicken dish but made of banana blossoms simmered in spices, vinegar, and charred coconut cream – where the vivid taste resembles the fowl.
The “survival dish during the war” is often paired with maruya (banana fritters), which creates a scrumptious experience of biting into something smoked, sweet, and crunchy.
In Sta. Cruz Laguna, @aurorafilipinocuisine brings to life this heirloom dish.
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