Banana Cue (12 pesos) and Turon (10 pesos) are common Filipino snacks usually consumed in mid afternoon and cooked in the streets of the Philippines.
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Banana Cue (Banana Q) is a popular afternoon snack and a a common Philippines street food that is made by deep frying bananas and coating it with caramelized brown sugar. Usually served hot and steaming to enjoy.
Turon (Banana Lumpia) is a Philippine snack made of thinly sliced bananas with a slice of langka (jackfruit), sprinkled with brown sugar, rolled in a spring roll wrapper and deep fried until golden brown.
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