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Cooking | Saging at Mangga Turon Sweet Lumpia
Saging at Mangga Turon Sweet Lumpia
Saging at Mangga Turon Sweet Lumpia
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Easy recipes..Simple Snack or desserts of Filipinos..Cooking Banana called Saba cooked deep fried ,wrapped in rice wrapper rolled in sugar added a small cut sliced of ripe mangoes Ingredients.. Ripe Mangoes Saba or Cooking Banana Washed sugar or Honey for Health Conscious one Soya Oil..or any oil..For health conscious check the oil that you're going to use Rice Wrapper or Lumpia Wrapper
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