Sagaksak refers to a Filipino food, particularly - a yam snack from Cebu which is made from cornmel, cubed yellow sweet potato. Sagaksak is usually served as snacks. To make Sagaksak, here is a simple recipe: 2 cups white cornmeal 2 cups yellow camote (sweet potato), cubed 3 cups water ½ teaspoon salt Add water to cornmeal, and boil. When the water is absorbed, add sweet potato. Cover and cook for 45 minutes over low heat.

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