Binangkal is a type of doughnut from the islands of Visayas and Mindanao in the Philippines. It is made from dough balls that are coated with sesame seeds and deep fried until crisp and golden.
According to Wiki, The name is derived from bangkal, the local Cebuanocommon name for the Leichhardt tree (Nauclea orientalis) which bears spherical flowers and fruits. I guess the shape of this doughnuts looks like it.
The process is so easy. Just combine all the wet ingredients then add the dry ingredients. Mix until it forms a dough then shape into individual dough balls, coat with sesame seeds then deep fry. They will float and start to crack. Continue cooking until doughnuts are cooked through and the outer part is crisp and golden.
Simple isn't it? So easy to make and the whole family will love it when served with hot chocolate or coffee.
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