Chicharon bulaklak refers to crunchy deep-fried pork intestines that is popular in the Philippines.

It is best served with vinegar sauce mixed with salt, garlic and chili pepper. Taken most of the time with Philippines' famous beer - San Miguel beer as "Pulutan".

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