Inihaw na Saging na Saba which is also called Binange in Quezon Province in the Philippines. It is made from peeled Saba (cooking plantain banana) which are skewered and grilled . They are generally served as morning or afternoon snacks.

Inihaw na Saging na Saba is Grilled Plantain in English. Saging na Saba is a variety of banana generally used for cooking. In the Philippines, they are made into sweetened desserts and rolled on rice wrappers and fried and called Turon


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